Mbappe puts pressure on Paris Saint-Germain; Another Champions League record to be broken tonight

According to reports Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe is set to pressurise the club over his future as he wants to be treated as a superstar at the club or be allowed to leave with the likes of Real Madrid calling.

West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini has claimed not to be worried about his side getting relegated following their 3-1 home loss to Arsenal yesterday which has left them in 16th position, one point above the relegation zone. He suggested he’s more concerned about only gathering one point in their last five home games having lost seven of the last nine matches both home and away.

Newcastle have decided to offer free tickets to their season ticket holders to give their fellow supporters as they look to get their stadium St James’ Park filled to the brim. It was observed that the club had their lowest attendance of since November 2010 with only 42, 303 fans in attendance in their 2-1 win over Southampton at the weekend. They are now set to give as many as 10 home Premier League tickets starting with their match against Everton on December 28.

Maarten Vandevoordt set to break Champions League record
Maarten Vandevoordt, the 17-year old Genk goalkeeper could break the Champions League record of the youngest goalkeeper to play in the competition if he plays against Napoli on Tuesday. He will be 17 years and 287 days and might break the record previously held by Benfica goalkeeper Mile Svilar who had his debut at 18 years and 52 days against Manchester United in 2017.

Brazilian duo Rafael and Fabio are set to play together again since their time at Manchester United as Rafael who is presently having difficulty with playing time at Lyon set to join Fabio at Nantes. Fabio is however currently injured and will be out until the end of the season.

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