Wednesday Kickoff: Negredo, Mahrez and more


After making the jump back to the Premier League, Middlesbrough is nearing another key move to help bolster the team, while Leicester City could be holding onto one of its biggest stars.

Alvaro Negredo has reportedly linked up with Middlesbrough’s squad prior to finalizing a loan move that will bring the Spaniard to the Premier League. (REPORT)

Leicester head coach Claudio Ranieri has confirmed that Riyad Mahrez wants to remain with the Foxes for the team’s upcoming Premier League season. (REPORT)

Jamaican centerback Wes Morgan has signed a new three-year contract with reigning Premier League champions Leicester City. (REPORT)

The Premier League has announced several updates regarding player and coaching behavior in an attempt to maintain the safety of match referees. (REPORT)

After just one season with the club, Arda Turan could leave Barcelona this summer after starting just nine matches and making 18 overall La Liga appearances for the Blaugrana last season. (REPORT)

Liverpool has confirmed a move for Augsburg defender Ragnar Klavan. The 30-year-old made 140 appearances for the Bundesliga side after joining in 2012. (REPORT)

Stoke City is reportedly interested in signing Ecuadorian striker Jose Angulo from Independiente del Valle. (REPORT)


Orlando City has hired Jason Kreis to be the club’s next head coach. (REPORT)

The U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals will take shape on Wednesday as the Fort Lauderdale Strikers look to continue their magical run and seven MLS sides vie for spots in the final four. (REPORT)

The Colorado Rapids remained unbeaten in 14 matches over the weekend, giving Pablo Mastroeni’s side the top spot in this week’s SBI MLS Power Rankings. (REPORT)

David Villa, Jordan Morris and Pablo Mastroeni headline the SBI MLS Midseason Awards. (REPORT)

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