Tuesday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending …
LIVERPOOL: Liverpool forward Sadio Mane declared there is no bad blood between himself and Jurgen Klopp after the two appeared to argue during Saturday's 1-1 draw with Chelsea.
– The final stage in the regeneration of the area around Liverpool's Anfield home will see the construction of a new boulevard leading to the stadium.
– Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku will face no action for his alleged kick at Brighton's Gaetan Bong.
– Nemanja Matic has promised to give "everything" to win the Premier League trophy for Manchester United ahead of a crucial week in the title race.
BARCELONA: Lionel Messi has sought the positives from Neymar's shock summer departure to Paris Saint-Germain, despite the initial disappointment at seeing the Brazilian leave the club.
– Jordi Alba said Valencia fans should show him "more respect" after he scored the equaliser against his former club in Barcelona's 1-1 draw at the Mestalla on Sunday.
– Graham Hunter on how decisions impacted Barca's draw at Valencia and their chances at the title.
EVERTON: Everton are keen to re-open talks with Sam Allardyce over the managerial vacancy at Goodison Park, sources have told ESPN FC, due to growing concern within the club's hierarchy over the prospect of a battle to avoid relegation from the Premier League.
– David Moyes has urged David Unsworth to leave Everton and find his own way in management.
ITALY: Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon says he could still play for Italy again, despite announcing his retirement from international football earlier this month.
TOTTENHAM: Erik Lamela has been included in the Tottenham squad for the first time in over a year for Tuesday's Premier League match at Leicester City.
– Pochettino revelled in the options Lamela presents upon his return, Dan Kilpatrick writes.
MLS: The Los Angeles Galaxy declined their option on former United States midfielder Jermaine Jones on the final day for MLS' non-playoff teams to make contract option decisions.
– Toronto FC's Greg Vanney has been named MLS Coach of the Year for 2017 after leading TFC to an historic season.
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