Monday Kickoff: Alba, Alves, AC Milan and more



A Barcelona regular is a doubt for an upcoming clash with Real Madrid, while Juventus has lost a key piece for an extended period of time.

Jordi Alba is a doubt for this weekend’s Clasico due to “bruising to his right knee and a distension of his left ankle”. (REPORT)

Juventus defender Dani Alves suffered a broken fibula over the weekend in a loss to Genoa. (REPORT)

AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi says the club has turned down offers for Gianluigi Donnarumma,  Mattia De Sciglio and Alessio Romagnoli as the club looks to build around its young core. (REPORT)

Franck Ribery has signed an contract extension with Bayern Munich. (REPORT)

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says Moussa Sissokho needs to show that he deserves to play for the club. (REPORT)

Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha has switched his international allegiance from England to Ivory Coast. (REPORT)


Jordan Morris fired the Seattle Sounders past the Colorado Rapids and into the club’s first MLS Cup final appearance. (READ)

Jermaine Jones says he will test the open market following the expiration of his deal with the Colorado Rapids. (READ)

Bob Bradley’s Swansea City picked up the first win since the American took charge in a 5-4 thriller against Crystal Palace. (READ)

The Chicago Fire have reportedly offered Bastian Schweinsteiger a three-year deal. (READ)

1 comment
  • mike

    Glad Zaha switched. To many great African players who are eligible to play for European countries are choosing Euro countries. Think if Nigeria, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Cameroon, Congo, and Congo DR had all the African players playing for Euro nats teams choosing to play for African countries instead .The African nats teams would be loaded.


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