Barcelona says Uruguay striker Luis Suarez will have surgery on Sunday for a right knee injury.
The Spanish club made the announcement on Saturday - two days after Suárez played the complete 90 minutes in a 3-2 loss to Atlético Madrid in the semifinals of the Spanish Super Cup being held in Saudi Arabia.
The 32-year-old Suárez is the club's fourth all-time leading scorer with 191 goals in 270 matches. He has helped Barcelona win one Champions League, four Spanish league and four Copa del Rey titles.
Barcelona did not say how long it expects to be without its second-leading scorer this season after Lionel Messi. Suarez has 14 goals so far.
He will likely miss several Spanish league and cup matches during a January and February packed with games from the two domestic competitions, including an always demanding trip to Valencia on Jan. 25.
Barcelona plays Napoli in the Champions League round of 16, with the first leg in Italy on Feb. 25 and the second leg at Camp Nou on March 18.
Marcus Rashford marked his 200th appearance for Manchester United with two goals in a 4-0 win over last-placed Norwich in the English Premier League on Saturday.
Rashford opened the scoring after 27 minutes of a one-sided encounter with a volley at the far post, then added a penalty after Brandon Williams was brought down by Norwich goalkeeper Tim Krul.
There were further goals from Anthony Martial and the increasingly impressive 18-year-old Mason Greenwood as United's strikers carried the team to a win that lifted it to fifth place.
United, responding well after a midweek humbling by Manchester City in the English League Cup, should have won more convincingly at Old Trafford.
Solskjaer was full of praise for Rashford, who has 19 goals for the season in all competitions in easily the most prolific season of his career.
"What an achievement to get to 200 games at his age (22)," Solskjaer said. "He's absolutely top class to work with, a great kid. He wants to learn, improve and he knows how to keep feet on the ground.
"Today he was carrying a few knocks but there was no chance he was going to say to me before the game he didn't want to play. He will become better but he has everything to become a top-class player; attitude, skill, physique.
"I'm delighted I have three center forwards scoring today."
United stayed five points behind fourth-placed Chelsea.
Solskjaer was also asked about some chanting from the home supporters against the club's American ownership, the Glazer family, and executive vice chairman Ed Woodward.
"I'm not sure if the players will get it but I noticed," Solskjaer said. "As a club, we've got to stick together, we've got to be united. We are a family.
"I can only say from when I've been here I've been backed by the owners, I've been backed by Ed and they're supporting me. (The fans have) just got to believe me when I say I feel we are doing loads of good things behind the scenes and we are going in the right direction."
The loss left the Canaries five points adrift at the bottom of the table, having played a game more than the sides immediately above them.
Ibrahimović scored in his first start back at AC Milan to help them beat Cagliari 2-0 in Serie A on Saturday.
The 38-year-old Ibrahimović netted Milan's second goal in the 64th minute. Theo Hernández put in a cross from the left and Ibrahimović hit it first time into the bottom right corner.
"I feel good, and when you feel good the goals will come," Ibrahimović said. "At the beginning of the game I got a few balls wrong but I need to play to get back in form.
"I know that (manager Stefano) Pioli wants to be careful because he's thinking about my age, but there's no problem because the mind is always the same and the body has to follow."
It was Ibrahimović's 57th goal in 87 appearances for Milan and his first since May 6, 2012 when he netted two against Inter.
The Swede raised his arms in celebration and turned to the AC Milan fans, pumping his fist and encouraging their chants for him.
"Every goal I score, I celebrate like God, that way I feel alive," Ibrahimović said.
Ibrahimović, who helped Milan to its last Serie A title in 2011, has rejoined the Italian club until the end of the season with an option for another year.
He made his first Serie A appearance in nearly eight years last Monday, off the bench in a 0-0 home draw with Sampdoria.
Milan hadn't scored for three straight matches and it was a stroke of luck which ended that run, right at the start of the second half, as Rafael Leão's shot took a massive deflection to loop over Olsen.
The win put Milan four points behind sixth-placed Cagliari.
The booters transfer and registration window for the 3rd Women’s Football League’ 2019-20 will open on Sunday at the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) house in Motijheel here.
The transfer and registration formalities will continue till January 26, BFF said in a press release on Saturday.
The third edition of the league will begin from January 31 at the Bir Sreshtho Shaheed Sipahi Mohammad Mostafa Kamal Stadium in Kamalapur, after around a seven-year break.
Five teams -- Bashundhara Kings, Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club Limited, Sheikh Russell Krira Chakra, FC Uttarbanga and Anwara Sporting Club -- have already confirmed their participation in the league till date.
Earlier, Dhaka Mohammedan Limited emerged champions in the last edition of league in 2013 beating Dhaka Abahani Limited while Sheikh Jamal DC clinched the title in the first edition in 2011 beating Dhaka Mohammedan.