Tuesday Kickoff: Silva, Terry, Jesus and more


One star defender is set to make his return, while another will miss a big match this weekend.

Thiago Silva, who has been out of action since July due to a hip injury, could make his return on Tuesday as Paris Saint-Germain takes on Arsenal. (REPORT)

Chelsea defender John Terry will miss Friday’s clash with Liverpool due to a foot injury. (REPORT)

Palmeiras insist that Gabriel Jesus recent groin injury was not caused by fatigue from playing too many matches. (REPORT)

Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre Ter Stegen is in the club’s squad to face Celtic after recovering from a hamstring issue. (REPORT)

Hatem Ben Arfa will be left out of PSG’s squad to take on Arsenal. (REPORT)

Arsene Wenger says that Arsenal are set to enter talks with Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez over new contracts. (REPORT)

Frankfurt fullback Guillermo Varela, who is on loan from Manchester United, is reportedly set to miss three to four months after suffering an ankle ligament injury. (REPORT)

Eric Dier has signed a new contract that will keep him at Tottenham until 2021. (REPORT)

Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno has signed a new contract with the Bundesliga club. (REPORT)


U.S. Men’s National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann said it is “pretty cool” to see Landon Donovan back on the field. (READ)

In her new memoir, former U.S. Women’s National Team star Abby Wambach details her struggles with alcohol and prescription drugs prior to her arrest for DUI earlier this year. (READ)

After easing into his return, Landon Donovan is looking to push his fitness further as he continues with the LA Galaxy. (READ)

Aron Johannsson, DeAndre Yedlin, Bobby Wood and Danny Williams all scored goals to headline this weekend’s Americans Abroad. (READ)

Terrence Boyd made his return to action with a start for the RB Leipzig reserves. (READ)

In a video released by Molde, Josh Gatt discussed his return from a long-term injury layoff. (READ)

The ┬áNew York Red Bulls are still pleased with the club’s attacking mentality after blowing a late lead to D.C. United on Sunday. (READ)

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