Chelsea are through to the Champions League semi-finals on away goals after drawing 3-3 on aggregate with Paris St Germain. The Blues won Tuesday night's second leg at Stamford Bridge 2-0.
Jose Mourinho has told Spanish media he will become the new Chelsea manager, his second spell in charge of the club, by the end of the week.
He told Spanish football TV show Punto Pelota that he is flying to London today.
"I'm going to London on Monday and at the end of the week I will be the manager of Chelsea," he said.
"I feel the people there love me and in life you have to look for that.
"Life is beautiful and short and you must look for what you think is best for you."
The two-year-old son of Chelsea's goalkeeper Ross Turnbull has scored his debut goal at Stamford Bridge. Seemingly undaunted by the occasion, and with only one minor stumble, Josh edged towards the goal, before a final kick - sending the ball over the line.
The crowd was impressed too, chanting 'Sign him up!'
Former Liverpool goalkeeper Brad Friedel has said he believes Suarez will remain at the club because of his talent and price tag:
Liverpool won't want to get rid of their best player ...
The owners will not be happy with what they're seeing but they're businessmen and they're not going to want to just get rid of £22million of investment.
They will try and work with him. He's an outstanding footballer but someone has got to try and get hold of him.
Luis Suarez's multi-million pound sponsor Adidas has said it will "remind" the footballer of the standards it expects, according to a reporter for the Associated Press:
Adidas on Suarez: "We will be reminding him of the standards we expect from our players. Luis has admitted his actions were unacceptable"
Luis Suarez has admitted on Twitter that Liverpool fined him over the biting incident, adding that he requested that the money be donated to the Hillsborough Family Support Group.
1/2 For my unacceptable behaviour yesterday the club has fined me today, I have asked the club to donate the money to...
2/2 ...to the Hillsborough Family Support Group for the inconvenience I have created to the Liverpool fans and to Ivanovic.
Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic is understood to have spoken to Surrey Police about the incident at the club's training ground in Cobham.
Press Association reports that a complaint was made to Merseyside Police which was passed on to their Surrey colleagues, who wanted to ascertain whether he had sustained any injury.
That was found not to be the case and Ivanovic told police he did not want to press charges.
A Chelsea spokesman has told ITV News that Rafael Benitez will be taking a training session today and that it is "business as usual" at the club.
A report on the official Chelsea website makes little mention of Rafa Benitez's angry tirade at fans last night.
The article plays down the incident, saying instead that the manger merely "expressed his wish for the fans to unite in creating a positive atmosphere":
In addition to considering the action on the pitch on Wednesday evening, Benitez expressed his wish for the fans to unite in creating a positive atmosphere for the team to play in at our games.
'It will be much better for everyone to have a good atmosphere and to back the players,' he said.
Chelsea interim manager Rafael Benitez revealed during a press conference last night that he will stand down at the end of the season.
Speaking after Chelsea's 2-0 win against Middlesbrough, Benitez said he was "disappointed" with some fans who he described as "wasting time" making negative banners instead of supporting the club.
He also revealed that he did not expect the word "interim" to be added to his title when he signed his contract: