Wenger announces Arsenal exit, Salah claims individual honour – the football week in review

Arsene Wenger announced he was leaving Arsenal, while Liverpool star Mohamed Salah was named the PFA Player of the Year.

Chelsea's hopes of a top-four Premier League finish remain alive. Antonio Conte's men overcame Burnley 2-1, while Tottenham were held to a 1-1 draw at Brighton and Hove Albion in midweek. That saw Chelsea move to within five points of fourth-placed Spurs with four games remaining. Photo: Getty Images
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The curtain on Arsene Wenger's Arsenal tenure will come down at the end of the season. Wenger, 68, announced he will leave after 22 years in the managerial role, having arrived from Japan in 1996. The long-serving Frenchman will depart Emirates Stadium with three Premier League trophies, seven FA Cups and seven Community Shield titles. The farewell tour started on Sunday as Arsenal crushed London rivals West Ham 4-1 in the Premier League. Photo: AFP
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Paris Saint-Germain's treble hopes remain intact. A 3-1 win at Caen, inspired by Kylian Mbappe's double, secured qualification for the Coupe de France final. Ligue 1 champions and France's richest club PSG – who have already claimed the Coupe de la Ligue crown – will now meet amateur third-tier side Les Herbiers in the decider. Photo: AP
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Scarred by their embarrassing loss to rock-bottom West Brom last time out, Jose Mourinho overhauled his starting XI in midweek. And the new faces delivered as United accounted for Bournemouth 2-0 in the Premier League on Wednesday. Chris Smalling and substitute Romelu Lukaku consolidated United's spot in second position behind champions and neighbours Manchester City.
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The title race in LaLiga is just about over. Atletico Madrid were held to a 0-0 draw at home to Real Betis, leaving Barcelona with an 11-point lead at the top. It means Barca are just one point away from reclaiming the crown from Real Madrid. Photo: Getty Images
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Make that 105 Bayern Munich Bundesliga goals and counting for Robert Lewandowski. Lewandowski made history during Bayern's 3-0 win at Hannover on Saturday, his tally the most by any non-German player for one club in the league's history. The Poland international surpassed former Werder Bremen forward Claudio Pizarro following his 73rd-minute header. It came after Lewandowski scored twice as Bayern routed Bayer Leverkusen 6-2 to set up a DFB-Pokal final showdown with Niko Kovac's Eintracht Frankfurt ahead of the Croatian's arrival next season. Photo: Adam Pretty/Getty Images
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Barcelona were crowned Copa del Rey champions for a 30th time. Ernesto Valverde's men were too good for Sevilla in a 5-0 win in the final at the Wanda Metropolitano. Andres Iniesta starred in what may have been his last final for Barca, the midfielder scoring – along with a Luis Suarez brace and Lionel Messi and Philippe Coutinho strikes. Photo: Getty Images
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The title race in LaLiga is just about over. Atletico Madrid were held to a 0-0 draw at home to Real Betis, leaving Barcelona with an 11-point lead at the top. It means Barca are just one point away from reclaiming the crown from Real Madrid. Photo: Getty Images
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They were outclassed by Manchester City in the Premier League and stunned in the Champions League last 16 against Sevilla, but Manchester United still have a chance to end the season with silverware. Alexis Sanchez and Ander Herrera were on target as United came from behind to beat Tottenham 2-1 in Saturday's FA Cup semi-final at Wembley. Standing in the way of United and a record-equalling 13th FA Cup crown are Chelsea, who saw off Southampton 2-0 in Sunday's fixture. Photo: Getty Images
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Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah was deservedly named the PFA Player of the Year. The Egypt international has enjoyed a spectacular season at Anfield, scoring 41 goals in all competitions, including 31 in the Premier League. Salah beat Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne and Tottenham striker Harry Kane to the award. Photo: Matthew Lewis/Getty Images
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Napoli brought the Serie A title race to life with a dramatic 1-0 win over Juventus. A thumping header in the 90th minute from Kalidou Koulibaly saw Napoli to a crucial victory as they closed the gap to league leaders Juve to a point. With four games remaining, the title is up for grabs. Photo: AP
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