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Monday Kickoff: Lacazette, Morata, Sane and more

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Arsenal continues to push to add depth at striker, while Real Madrid is content on keeping one of its young, talented forwards this summer.

After having a bid recently rejected by Lyon, Arsenal will reportedly make an increased offer for striker Alexandre Lacazette this week. (REPORT)

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane insists that striker Alvaro Morata will remain with the club this season after Los Blancos exercised the player’s buy-back clause from Juventus. (REPORT)

Schalke’s press officer has reportedly confirmed that Leroy Sane is in England for a medical with Manchester City after the team had set a deadline of Monday afternoon for the Citizens to sign the attacker. (REPORT)

Wolfsburg has signed Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jakub Blaszczykowski with the Bundesliga side until 2019. (REPORT)

Pope Francis says that he believes Lionel Messi is the best soccer player of all-time. (REPORT)

Fernando Llorente’s brother and agent, Chus Llorente, has confirmed that the striker will not leave Sevilla this summer despite recent links to Real Sociedad and Premier League side Swansea City. (REPORT)

Arsenal has reportedly rejected a loan move from West Ham for defender Kieran Gibbs. (REPORT)

Referee Ljubo Milicevic of the Bosnian Premier League has been suspended for 18 matches after making a series of mistakes during Saturday’s match against Zeljeznicar and Olimpic Sarajevo. (REPORT)

Arsenal defeated Chivas Guadalajara, 3-1, on Sunday in an international friendly. (REPORT)

WEEKEND REWIND

The deal that would send FC Dallas attacker Fabian Castillo to Turkish side Trabzonspor is reportedly “dead.” (REPORT)

Giles Barnes joined the Vancouver Whitecaps after the Houston Dynamo completed a trade to send the striker to the northwest on Saturday. (REPORT)

U.S. Men’s National Team attacker Julian Green scored a first-half hat-trick for Bayern Munich against Inter Milan in the International Champions Cup. (REPORT)

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