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 By Michael Cox

Eden Hazard, Roberto Firmino and Christian Eriksen: The PL's key players

Ian Darke thinks it's probable that Chelsea will relieve tensions with Diego Costa and continue unscathed.

With four months of the Premier League season remaining, there's everything to play for at both ends of the table: a single point separates the bottom four, and six sides are still in the running for the four Champions League places.

Who will be each side's decisive player between now and May? Here's our pick for every team.

Chelsea: Diego Costa has dominated the headlines for both positive and negative reasons, but Eden Hazard has been absolutely magnificent this season. Few other Premier League...

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Trending: Diego Costa back training with Chelsea first team

Ian Darke thinks it's probable that Chelsea will relieve tensions with Diego Costa and continue unscathed.
Alison Bender and Gab Marcotti discuss whether moving to the Chinese Super League would be the right move for Diego Costa.
Paul Mariner assesses Diego Costa's souring situation at Chelsea and how the club will move forward.

Here are the latest stories for Tuesday.

CHELSEA: Chelsea striker Diego Costa has rejoined training with the rest of the first-team squad, according to reports.

JUVENTUS: Italian champions Juventus revealed a new club crest Monday night, doing away with their famous symbol of a charging bull.

- Sami Khedira has said Juventus need to stop living in the past and must forget about Paul Pogba.

NETHERLANDS: Louis van Gaal is planning on retiring from coaching for family reasons,...

 By Musa Okwonga

Even at 31, Antonio Valencia continues to adapt and excel at Man United

Antonio Valencia in action for Manchester United against Arsenal at Old Trafford.
One of the club's more popular players, Antonio Valencia has been an unsung hero to United's success over the years.

It is difficult to imagine how Antonio Valencia might have reacted if, upon joining Manchester United in 2009-10, he was told that he would end up as one of the team's most reliable defenders. He might well have been disappointed, at the very least. In any case, there is nothing about his current performances to suggest that he regrets making such a transition, and he has recently been rewarded for his efforts with a wholly deserved one-year contract extension.

Remarkably, Valencia came to Old...

 By Chris Wright

Louis van Gaal's best at Man United: Touchline dive, wine and mince pies

Juve saw plenty of backlash with their new logo, Hennessey's getting scored on like crazy and more in The Sweeper.
Louis van Gaal
Louis van Gaal has said that he is planning on retiring from football management for family reasons.

With the inimitable Louis van Gaal all but confirming his retirement, we thought we'd have a timely look back at his tenure at Manchester United.

The actual footballing successes might have been relatively sparse during the two seasons Van Gaal spent at Old Trafford, but there can be no doubting that off the pitch he kept us all entertained for the duration.

Touchline dive

Upset by watching Alexis Sanchez go down easily in the United penalty area, Van Gaal decided to mimic the Arsenal forward by...

 By Chris Wright

Man United goalkeeper David De Gea meets Avenged Sevenfold

With a night off to spend as he saw fit, David De Gea traipsed down to the Manchester Arena to watch Avenged Sevenfold in action on Monday night.

Indeed, the Manchester United goalkeeper was even afforded a backstage meeting with the band, who seemed incredibly enthusiastic about spending time with "one of the world's greatest goalkeepers."

 By Chris Wright

Man United legend Rio Ferdinand squeals in delight at Zlatan goal

Like many Manchester United fans, Rio Ferdinand slipped into a temporary state of ecstasy when Zlatan Ibrahimovic nodded home a dramatic late equaliser against Liverpool on Sunday afternoon.

However, unlike many United fans, Ferdinand's uncontrollable yowls of delight were captured on camera and broadcast all over the world.