It's a massive weekend - possibly the biggest ever - in the north east. Even bigger than Manchester.
The Prem will retain four Champions League places for the 2017/18 season. Panic over, ladies and gents.
Yaya Toure issues an ultimatum, Liverpool want to sign Fernando, and Ter Stegen to United...
Otamendi's injury "wasn't that serious" and he hopes to face Utd. Or it's Demichelis and Mangala.
Aguero says City are ready to face the CL's best - but would rather avoid Barcelona or Bayern Munich.
"It is very difficult to accept it, but there is nothing he can do," says the Manchester City boss. Poor Vincent.
My God it was dull. So, so dull. But Man City are in the quarter-final draw. Well done.
Over £90m spent on centre-halves in five years and his predictable injury still hurts...
Pep Guardiola is 'spooked' by Jose Mourinho at Manchester United. Except that he really, really isn't
Carragher and Koeman believe the Premier League title race now consists of only two contenders.
Eden Hazard to swap with James Rodriguez? Sure. Yaya Toure to turn down China's squillions too
"We've got to believe we can win it - otherwise there's no point in turning up," says Manchester City keeper.
Only four games this weekend, so an abridged winners and losers. Harry Kane is the man.
Tottenham want Henderson, Man City want Bonucci, Blanc to Man United, PSG eye Courtois
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