After an enforced hiatus of almost five months, the UEFA Champions League and Europa League resume this week in order to clear up the last remaining business in a troubled season.
Champions League ready to resume, at long last
Maurizio Sarri's Juventus posted the worst Serie A statistics from the club's last nine title-winning seasons.
Juve posts worst stats in nine title-winning seasons
Mikel Arteta believes Arsenal’s FA Cup triumph can persuade Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to sign a new contract at the north London club. The striker’s two goals against Chelsea can only have enhanced the number of rivals casting covetous eyes in his direction, but Arteta wants to remodel his side around Aubemeyang and is determined to keep a player with one year remaining on his current deal.
Arteta wants to ‘build Arsenal around Aubameyang’ after FA Cup win
Kyle Lowry scored 33 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lift the defending NBA champion Toronto Raptors over the Los Angeles Lakers 107-92 in a showdown of title contenders on Saturday.
Lowry sparks Raptors over Lakers in NBA contenders duel
James Harden scored 49 points, Russell Westbrook added 31 points and 11 rebounds, and the Houston Rockets erased a 14-point deficit and rallied for a 153-149 overtime win over the Dallas Mavericks in NBA on Friday at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex near Orlando.
Harden, Rockets rally, top Mavs in OT
Jadon Sancho’s anticipated move to Manchester United has moved closer, as Borussia Dortmund is willing to agree on an initial fee.
United’s move for Sancho edges closer as Dortmund agrees initial fee
The Madrid Open looks to be under threat after organizers were advised by the Spanish Health Ministry not to hold the event because of the city's "deteriorating" coronavirus situation.
Madrid Open in doubt over rise in COVID cases in Spain
Mikel Arteta insisted even winning the FA Cup final against Chelsea on Saturday will not salvage Arsenal's season, but a trophy just eight months into his first managerial role will strengthen the impression the Gunners now have the right man in charge to right the ship.
FA Cup gives Arteta chance to prove Arsenal is going places

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