Europe's top leagues return this weekend with a lot lined up, and much as we are getting league football, we also have the UEFA Champions League back on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The return of the UCL brings some bit of joy to Man United fans with right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka given the green light to play, and Liverpool enjoying the services of Alisson Becker and Fabinho.
All these and more have been happening in the world of football, but how about we take a look at some of the top stories from yesterday first?
Man United's Phil Jones set to return after 629 days
Manchester United have confirmed defender Phil Jones is available for selection over the weekend when they travel to King Power Stadium to face Leicester City.
Klopp confirms Alisson & Fabinho will miss Watford game
Alisson and Fabinho will miss Liverpool's Premier League match against Watford on Saturday, according to Jurgen Klopp.
Guardiola provides an update on Ferran Torres' injury
Pep Guardiola has stated that Ferran Torres will be out for up to three months due to a foot injury sustained while on international duty.
Arteta rules out loan move for Martinelli, explains why he is not playing
Mikel Arteta insists he's satisfied with Gabriel Martinelli and dismisses reports that the Brazilian forward could be loaned out in January.
UEFA reduce Aaron Wan-Bissaka's Champions League ban
Manchester United's efforts to have Aaron Wan-Champions Bissaka's League punishment reduced were successful, with UEFA confirming that the right-back will no longer have to serve a two-match suspension.
Players to have played for both Barcelona and Liverpool
Football lovers without a doubt will remember Philippe Coutinho as a player to have played for both Barcelona and Liverpool.