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·18 August 2022

Tribal 5/24: The five most important stories from the last 24 hours

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For the Tribal 5/24, we select the five most important stories and/or analysis you need to know from the past 24 hours. They're not necessarily the most popular stories from the past day, but ones you should know from the last 24 hour news cycle:

WATCH: Mourinho's warning for Dele Alli as Everton midfielder holds Besiktas talks

With Everton midfielder Dele Alli in talks to sign for Besiktas, a video has emerged of Jose Mourinho warning the player about career regrets while they were both at Tottenham.

During his time at Spurs, Alli was given some advice about reaching his potential from then-boss Mourinho - which featured in Amazon's All Or Nothing documentary on the club.

Van Basten slams Barcelona over De Jong treatment: Cruyff would be ashamed

Dutch great Marco van Basten has slammed Joan Laporta's Barcelona.

Van Basten is upset seeing Barca's president pressure Frenkie de Jong to leave the club.

De Jong is also in dispute with Barca over outstanding wages he is owed.

Viborg coach Jacob Friis insists they can upset West Ham

Viborg coach Jacob Friis insists they're capable of upsetting West Ham United.

Viborg and West Ham are meeting in a Europa Conference League playoff.

Friis said, "Yes, it probably won't be a walkover..."

Ex-Chelsea boss Ranieri: The Tuchel-Conte quarrel? I am with Antonio

Former Chelsea boss Claudio Ranieri has examined the first two weeks of the Premier League.

Speaking with Il Messaggero, Ranieri aso commented on the bust-up between Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel and Tottenham's Antonio Conte at the end of Sunday's 2-2 draw.

Glazers in talks to sell share in Man Utd

The Glazers are in talks to sell a minority share of Manchester United.

Bloomberg reports following the mounting pressure they are now considering selling a stake in United.

It's claimed "preliminary discussions" have been held about possibly handing over some shares to a new investor.

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