Tuesday Kickoff: Pogba, Man United, Umtiti and more

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French midfielder Paul Pogba may not be going to England after all, while Manchester United is reportedly prepared to sell several high-profile players this season.

Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola, says the 23-year-old doesn’t want to leave Juventus, although he won’t rule out a potential move this summer. (REPORT)

Juan Mata, Daley Blind and Bastian Schweinsteiger are all said to be up for sale this summer following Jose Mourinho’s arrival at Old Trafford. (REPORT)

Barcelona has completed the signing of French defender Samuel Umtiti. The 22-year-old joins the Blaugrana from Ligue 1 side Lyon.

N’Golo Kante is receiving interest from Chelsea amid the Frenchman being linked to a big money move to the Chinese Super League. Chinese club Shanghai SIPG has reportedly made an offer to Leicester City in excess of $46 million for Kante. (REPORT)

Belgian striker Christian Benteke reportedly wants to stay at Liverpool despite recent reports suggesting a move to Crystal Palace. (REPORT)

Following a strong showing at Euro 2016, Wales attacker Hal Robson-Kanu is receiving interest from Premier League side Hull City. (REPORT)


SBI takes a look back at the best from Week 18 around MLS, including Sporting KC’s big win over New York City FC and Kevin Doyle’s strong performance for the Colorado Rapids. (REPORT)

The Portland Timbers picked up an important tie on the road against the New York Red Bulls largely due to the team’s defensive effort. (REPORT)

The Red Bulls have struggled recently to find goals, with Jesse Marsch’s side notching just two goals in their last four MLS matches. (REPORT)

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