Man City and Arsenal draw, Liverpool the new EPL favorite. Daily Digest for March 31th

Here are the highlights of the significant sports events and news on the last day of March, as reported by Dailysports:

Draw at the Etihad favors Liverpool. Manchester City and Arsenal couldn’t determine the stronger team in the 30th round
of the Premier League. The teams played to a goalless draw (0-0). This result allows Liverpool to lead the league,
having won their match against Brighton (2-1). The Merseysiders are ahead by two points over Arsenal and three points over City.

Chelsea may sell key players due to FFP. Financial Fair Play rules force Chelsea to sell players. The “Blues”
are planning to sell two of their academy graduates – Reece James and Conor Gallagher, as reported by The Telegraph.READ MORE

Xavi might stay at Barcelona. Despite repeatedly stating he doesn’t plan to reconsider leaving Barcelona at the end of the season, there’s hope within the club to convince the head coach otherwise. Barcelona’s vice president, Rafa Yuste, stated his intention to persuade the “Blaugrana” coach to stay at the club for the next season.

Simone Inzaghi could lead a Premier League club. Liverpool continues its search for a replacement for Jürgen Klopp, who will leave the club in the summer. According to journalist David Ornstein, Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi has appeared on the shortlist of candidates for the position of Liverpool’s head coach. However, there are doubts that the Italian specialist will agree to move, as he is close to extending his contract with the Milanese club.

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