Man United, Chelsea are most followed Premier League clubs on social media, but are behind two others in the world (Check the table here)

Manchester United and Chelsea are leading the way for the Premier League on social media.

However, neither team can hold a candle to La Liga giants Real Madrid and Barcelona, who are the only teams to boast a mammoth 200million followers on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

Zinedine Zidane’s Los Blancos also hold the extra distinction of containing the higher number of followers on each of the three social media powerhouses.

The Spanish giants have a record 13 Champions League wins which helps boost their worldwide appeal, with 33m fans on Twitter, 78.9m on Instagram, and 110.5m on Facebook at the time of writing.

In the ever-changing digital landscape, supporters are forever liking and unliking various club’s accounts.

But the top five clubs can be assured of their place on the overall list, bar adding or losing a few fickle fans over the course of a season.

Latest figures have proved that Man United are still holding appeal as the biggest English club despite poor fortunes on the pitch, report The Sun.

Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer’s side can also boast to be the only Premier League outfit to possess more than 100m followers on social media.

Juventus are the only Italian club to feature in the top-ten, with their online presence hugely benefited from signing Cristiano Ronaldo last year.

German and French champions Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain both make the top-ten as well, with 72.8m and 70m followers respectively.

Manchester City narrowly edged Liverpool to the Premier League title last season, but it is Jurgen Klopp’s Reds who still have the bragging rights online.

Spurs meanwhile are far behind the rest of the top six, with less than a third of the followers of north London rivals Arsenal.

Sergio Aguero involved in car accident on way to Manchester City training (Photo of damaged car)

Sergio Aguero was involved in a car crash on his way to Manchester City training on Wednesday morning.

The Argentine was making his way to City’s Etihad Campus earlier today when he was involved in a ‘minor incident’ which caused significant damage to his Range Rover.

According to SkySports, Aguero was not hurt in the accident and was able to fully participate in City’s training session on Wednesday afternoon without the need of medical attention.

The striker was not involved in Argentina’s set-up over the international break and remained in the north-west instead.

Taking to Instagram after the incident, Aguero released a photo of his damaged car. The Argentine also said: ‘What a great morning’, report the Metro

City will be relieved that Aguero, their top scorer this term, was unhurt in the accident.
Sky Sports presenter David Gorrido said: ‘We understand he is unhurt after being involved in a small car collision, we’ve been told that he’s had a bump this morning.

‘It’s been described as a minor plan, but has reported to the CFA – City Football Academy as well as the rest of the ancestor City squad and we understand he didn’t need to be checked the by medical team.’

Real Madrid package huge offer to sign Chelsea fans favourite from Stamford Bridge

There are reports Real Madrid are lining-up a huge offer for Chelsea’s N’Golo Kante after missing out on Paul Pogba this summer.

The Galacticos failed to land the midfielder despite a long pursuit of the Frenchman throughout the last window.

Now El Desmarque claim they are plotting a mega player-plus-cash deal for the Manchester United star’s international team-mate.

The Spanish news outlet state Madrid have made the 28-year-old, under contract until 2023, their new No.1 target.

And they are willing to offer Colombian playmaker James Rodriguez part of the package to try and tempt Chelsea into selling.

Today’s report describes Kante as Madrid manager Zidane’s “dream signing” and that he aims to pair him up alongside Casemiro in the middle of the park.

According to The Sun, Chelsea are believed to value the ex-Leicester man at £138m.

But Madrid are adamant that Rodriguez, 28, is worth around £58m and are willing to offer him as a bargaining tool.

The South American has failed to find top form ever since his arrival at the Bernabeu in 2014 and has spent the past two seasons on-loan in Germany at Bayern Munich.

Meanwhile, last month Spanish publication Defensa Central claimed “Los Blancos had compiled a detailed dossier” and that they already had a verbal agreement in place with Stamford Bridge chiefs to sign him.

(Watch Video) Christian Pulisic in tears after being substituted during international match, USA boss reveals why he hauled him off

Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic was left in tears after he was hauled off during USA loss to Canada.

The 21-year-old, who has started just four times for the Blues since his arrival at Stamford Bridge in the summer, was replaced on the hour as his country toiled against Canada in a CONCACAF Nations League match on Tuesday.

Pulisic departed with the game locked at 0-0 with the USA falling to their first defeat to Canada in 34 years following goals from Alphonso Davies and Lucas Cavallini, report Evening Standard.

Explaining his decision to haul off the former Borussia Dortmund star, head coach Gregg Berhalter said Pulisic had been struggling with “flu-like symptoms” in the days leading into Tuesday’s match, playing a factor in his decision to make the change.

Replays showed Pulisic telling his manager “I’m fine” before sitting down on the bench, however.

The £58m signing came off the bench to provide an assist in Chelsea’s 4-1 win over Southampton before the international break – his first appearance in the league since late August.

(Watch Video) Callum Hudson-Odoi scores for England U21s

Chelsea forward Callum Hudson-Odoi offered further proof that he is fully behind his injury problems by scoring a fine opening goal for England U21s against Austria in Milton Keynes.

The 19-year-old has only just returned to action following almost six months on the sidelines after rupturing his Achilles tendon while playing for Chelsea against Burnley.

Hudson-Odoi has featured four times for Frank Lampard’s side since the end of September and his impressive form culminated in a call-up to Aidy Boothroyd’s U21 squad.

And the young winger showed just why he is so highly-regarded by both club and country by scoring an emphatic finish to put England in front against Austria in their Euro 2021 qualifier, report the Metro.

Bournemouth defender Lloyd Kelly started the move with a raking cross-field pass out to Norwich City’s full-back Max Aarons who turned a low ball into the penalty area.

Although Aarons’ cross came quickly and at an awkward height to Hudson-Odoi, the Chelsea winger controlled his finish expertly, sending the ball high into the roof of the net.

Arsenal striker Eddie Nketiah who is on loan at Leeds United this season, scored twice to put England 3-0 up before Hudson-Odoi added a sensational fourth in first-half stoppage time.