Trending: Arsene Wenger wants end to FFP; Mbappe set to debut for PSG

Trending: Arsene Wenger wants end to FFP; Mbappe set to debut for PSG
From ESPN - September 7, 2017

Friday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...

ARSENAL: Arsene Wenger has made a complete U-turn on UEFA's financial fair play rules, with the Arsenal bosssaying they should be scrapped completelyto allow investors to pour unlimited amounts of money into the game.

-Wenger also said it would be "naive" to think some of his playersdid not get "tapped up" by other clubsshortly before the team's 4-0 loss to Liverpool.

PSG: Kylian Mbappe is likely to make his Paris Saint-Germain debut away at FC Metz on Friday after coach Unai Emery named him in the squad for the Ligue 1 clash.

REAL MADRID: Florentino Perez has said that a new contract for Isco is a "done deal" and rubbished claims that Cristiano Ronaldo ever thought about leaving the club this summer. Full Story.

PREMIER LEAGUE: Manchester United and Manchester City were among five clubs who voted against the Premier League's plans to move up the transfer deadline, asource has confirmed to ESPN FC.

- That news comes after clubsvoted in favour of closing the summer transfer windowbefore the first game of next season earlier on Thursday.

EVERTON: Everton manager Ronald Koeman admits he is"very disappointed" by Wayne Rooney's drink-driving chargeand says the striker will be disciplined "at the appropriate time."

LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp saysLiverpool need to be careful with the fitness of Philippe Coutinhoafter he returned to Merseyside following international duty with Brazil, with this summer's wantaway star having not featured in any of the team's first five matches due to back injury and illness.

TOTTENHAM: Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has labelled Dele Alli's rude gesture on England duty "a joke" and not a big deal, adding that far worse behaviour went unnoticed when he was a player.

-Tottenham's new 61,500-seater home, due to be ready for the start of the 2018-19 season, will include a retractable grass pitch for football matches, and a synthetic pitch underneath for NFL matches, music concerts and other events.

CHELSEA: Fenerbahce are still holding with Diego Costa's representatives aboutbringing the Chelsea striker to Turkey on loan, with the country's transfer window still open until Friday.


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