Friday Kickoff: Ronaldo, Swansea, 2018 World Cup and more

Friday Kickoff: Ronaldo, Swansea, 2018 World Cup and more

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Friday Kickoff: Ronaldo, Swansea, 2018 World Cup and more

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Cristiano Ronaldo rejected a deal worth more than $316,744,500 from a Chinese Super League club. (REPORT)

Bayern Munich coach Paul Clement is reportedly the favorite to succeed Bob Bradley at Swansea City. (REPORT)

Zenit Arena, which has been the source of numerous delays, has officially been completed ahead of the 2018 World Cup. (REPORT)

Club America midfielder Rubens Sambueza has joined Toluca ahead of the 2017 season. (REPORT)

Defender Shkodran Mustafi is set to rejoin Arsenal for Sunday’s match against Crystal Palace after returning from an injury layoff. (REPORT)

Simone Zaza’s agent says the Italian forward is in negotiations with Valencia. (REPORT)

Referee Mark Clattenburg says he would consider a move to the Chinese Super League. (REPORT)

THURSDAY REWIND

Landon Donovan is reportedly mulling over an offer from Real Salt Lake as well as another from an unnamed Eastern Conference Team. (READ)

SBI takes a look at which American players could use a change of scenery. (READ)

A look at the Chicago Fire, who have made two big signings ahead of the new year. (READ)

SBI looks at the state of NYCFC as the club prepares for life after Frank Lampard.(READ)

 

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