Monday Kickoff: Pogba, England, Pelle and more


One of Europe’s most sought after stars may stay with his current club, while big names continue to be linked with the England job.

Paul Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola, says that the star midfielder could sign a new deal with Juventus, despite heavy transfer interest from Manchester United. (REPORT)

Sam Allardyce is set to interview for the position of England manager. (REPORT)

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he would consider the England job, but not before his contract with the Premier League club expires after the upcoming season. (REPORT)

After featuring for Italy in the Euros, Graziano Pelle has completed a move from Southampton to Chinese Super League club Shandong Luneng. (REPORT)

AZ Alkmaar forward Vincent Janssen is close to completing his move to Tottenham and is set to undergo a medical in the coming days. (REPORT)

Bayern Munich executive chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says that the club could still add more signings, although there have been no discussions to move Mario Gotze. (REPORT)


Eder scored late to lead Portugal to a 1-0 win over hosts France in the Euro 2016 final. (READ)

Led by Ilsinho, the Philadelphia Union turned in what Jim Curtin believes was his side’s best performance of the season. (READ)

David Villa and Sebastian Giovinco headline the 2016 MLS All-Star Fan XI. (READ)

Jurgen Klinsmann is reportedly “in discussions” over the England job, according to Oliver Bierhoff. (READ)

Chivas head coach Matias Almeyda says Alejandro Zendejas will not play for the U.S. while he is with the Mexican club. (READ)

1 comment
  • johnnyrazor

    Sounds like it is coming down to Jurgen and Big Sam, doesn’t sound like the FA wants to wait around for Wenger’s contract to run out. Allardyce seems to be the slight betting favorite. You’d have to think Big Sam’s candidacy is bolstered by Portugal’s strategy and success in the Euros.


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