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Monday Kickoff: Ramos, Lukaku, Toure and more

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One of Spain’s starting centerbacks bashed his international partner while several stars appear to be heading towards new deals.

Sergio Ramos slammed international teammate Gerard Pique for his statement that La Liga referees favor Real Madrid. (REPORT)

Romelu Lukaku’s agent, Mino Raiola, says that a new deal with Everton is “99.99999999 percent done”. (REPORT)

Raiola says the Gianluigi Donnarumma cannot commit to AC Milan until there is a clear plan with the club’s ownership. (REPORT)

Yaya Toure says he is unsure of his Manchester City future, but he hopes to keep playing beyond this season. (REPORT)

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has been ruled out of Monday’s match against Leicester City due to injury. (REPORT)

Marseille owner Frank McCourt says the club is ready to spend to acquire international stars. (REPORT)

Wolfsburg fired manager Valérien Ismaël, but have yet to name a replacement. (REPORT)

WEEKEND REWIND

John Brooks and Omar Gonzalez starred to headline Saturday’s Americans Abroad. (READ)

Orlando City traded Brek Shea to the Vancouver Whitecaps in exchange for Giles Barnes. (READ)

MLS is reportedly in negotiations with Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez over a move to the league. (READ)

Tijuana continued to cruise on Friday as Joe Corona and Michael Orozco played all 90 minutes. (READ)

The U.S. Under-20 Men’s National Team booked a spot in the next round of World Cup qualifying on Friday with a lopsided win over St. Kitts & Neves. (READ)

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