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What's trending: Michel Platini's UEFA reign to end after CAS reduces ban

Here are the latest stories from Monday.

FIFA: Michel Platini will not be able to resume his reign as UEFA president despite the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) reducing his six-year ban from football to four years.

MAN CITY: Manuel Pellegrini said his goodbyes to Manchester City's home, which had largely emptied out following a disappointing 2-2 draw with Arsenal, writes Richard Jolly.

- Pellegrini believes City deserve to be in next season's Champions League after a draw against Arsenal put their involvement in doubt.

- With the race for the top four in the Premier League heating up, here's a look at the Champions League and Europa League candidates.

- City's midfield duo of Fernando and Fernandinho were impressive in their draw vs. Arsenal, writes Simon Curtis in his player ratings.

- City captain Vincent Kompany is set to miss the start of next season, according to a Belgian physio who has examined him.

- WATCH: Did Man City v Arsenal live up to its billing?

ARSENALArsene Wenger says Arsenal showed a "special fighting spirit" in rallying for a point at City but urged his team to keep their focus on securing a third-place finish next weekend.

- Olivier Giroud broke a nearly four-month league scoring drought and set up the other goal as he impressed for the Gunners in James McNicholas' player ratings.

Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck could be in danger of missing the European Championship after sustaining a knee injury on Sunday.

Jack Wilshere is revelling in Tottenham Hotspur's recent struggles and wants Arsenal to show they're "the best team in North London" by finishing above their arch-rivals once again.

ATLETICO MADRID: Atletico Madrid crashed out of La Liga's title race with a 2-1 loss at relegation side Levante on Sunday.

- With all 20 La Liga teams in action Sunday, Dermot Corrigan rounds up the day's action and its implications on both ends of the table.

BARCELONA: Barcelona coach Luis Enrique predicted a "tense" final weekend to the La Liga season, but said his side deserve to win the title after remaining top thanks to Sunday evening's 5-0 win at home to neighbours Espanyol.

- Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has said Nice attacker Hatem Ben Arfa has not yet decided to join Barcelona and hopes the player will instead return to his first club.

Barcelona will return to the National Football Centre at St George's Park for a training camp this summer.

REAL MADRID: Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said he remained "positive" about their La Liga title chances following Sunday evening's dramatic 3-2 win against Valencia at the Bernabeu.

WALES: Wales manager Chris Coleman has named his 29-man training squad ahead of Euro 2016, leaving out Real Madrid's Gareth Bale due to his participation in the Champions League final.

TOTTENHAM: Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino admitted he did not care about the Arsenal game which started shortly after Spurs' last home game concluded against Southampton.

LIVERPOOL: Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said his side gave a professional, if not spectacular, performance in the Reds' 2-0 defeat of Watford at Anfield on Sunday.

LEICESTER: Gab Marcotti, Paul Mariner and Steve Nicol pick their Team of the Weekend, and it's dominated by Premier League winners Leicester, who defeated Everton before lifting the trophy.

- TRANSFER TALK: Riyad Mahrez will resist offers from some of Europe's biggest clubs this summer and aims to line up for Leicester next season, as the team bids to embark on a Champions League adventure and defend its Premier League title, according to the Mirror.

PSG: Paris Saint-Germain forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic has dropped a big hint that he could make a return to AC Milan this summer, saying they are the "biggest club" he ever played for and that he never wanted to leave them in 2012.

MLS: Robbie Keane returned from knee surgery to score two goals, Gyasi Zardes had two assists and the LA Galaxy beat the New England Revolution 4-2 on Sunday.

- Chelsea captain John Terry will not be able to command a Designated Player contract if he moved to MLS this summer, according to a league source.

- LA Galaxy midfielder Steven Gerrard says he is enjoying going "unnoticed" in Los Angeles but plans to return to Liverpool "sooner rather than later."

EREDIVISIEPSV Eindhoven retained the Eredivisie title after a dramatic final day saw them win 3-1 away to PEC Zwolle as rivals Ajax were held to a surprise 1-1 draw at relegation battlers De Graafschap.

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