Chelsea striker is back in the matchday squad, but he may have to settle for a place on the bench.
African Nations Cup and an FA Cup giant killing all feature in our images of the week.
China poses no threat says Wenger, although impact on wage inflation could hurt European clubs.
Use of video assistant referees will begin next season in Germany's Bundesliga.
Argentina President says enough is enough as he refuses to offer any more state assistance for football.
Manchester United have leapfrogged Real Madrid to become the world's richest club, according to the 2017 Deloitte Football Money League.
Player reported to have reiterated his commitment to Barcelona, but interview did not took place.
Mohamed Aboutrika, has been added to the Egypt's terror list for his alleged links with the banned Muslim Brotherhood.
NASL-style shootouts are being discussed as a way of separating teams with identical records at a future 48-team World Cup.
As Matip saga drags on, Liverpool boss cannot cannot understand why Fifa has not yet made a decision about defender's availability.