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    Tottenham team selection will involve Antonio Conte for Manchester City clash

    The Spurs boss is currently in Italy after he was forced to have his gallbladder removed having been diagnosed with cholecystitis. Conte was on the touchline during Saturday's 3-0 win at Preston, but was not his usual animated self and severe abdominal pain forced him to have surgery in his home country this week. Assistant Cristian Stellini admitted on Friday doctors will make the final decision on whether or not Conte can attend Sunday's clash with Manchester City but regardless the Italian will still have an impact on the Premier League fixture.

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    Erik ten Hag wants Manchester United players to stay focused amid Mason Greenwood saga

    Greenwood, 21, had been facing charges including attempted rape and assault but the Crown Prosecution Service said the case had been discontinued as "the withdrawal of key witnesses and new material that came to light meant there was no longer a realistic prospect of conviction". On Friday Ten Hag declined to comment on Greenwood's case directly, instead referring to a United statement which said "the club will now conduct its own process before determining next steps" regarding the academy product, who has been suspended from playing and training since January 2022. Ten Hag has worked hard to change the culture at United since he arrived in the summer, removing distractions and instilling greater discipline, and he is determined to maintain the same approach.

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    Graham Potter: 'It was a tough call' to leave out Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

    Aubameyang flew to Milan after being told he would not be involved in the team's Premier League clash with Fulham on Friday night, which ended in a goalless stalemate as £106.5million record-signing Enzo Fernandez made his Blues debut. The Argentina World Cup winner was one of three new signings added to Potter's European selection ahead of the last-16 first-leg meeting with Borussia Dortmund on February 15, but the Blues boss insisted the omission of striker Aubameyang, who joined from Barcelona last summer, was simply a matter of numbers.