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Thursday Kickoff: Enrique, Wenger, Ibrahimovic and more

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One of the game’s top managers is set to leave his club after several successful seasons.

Barcelona manager Luis Enrique is set to step down at the end of the season. (REPORT)

Arsene Wenger insists he isn’t interested in the soon-to-be-vacant Barca job even as rumors concerning his job security continue to swirl. (REPORT)

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is reportedly hoping to sign a two-year deal with Manchester United. (REPORT)

Juventus forward Paulo Dybala is very close to signing a new deal with Juventus. (REPORT)

Gareth Bale says he does not believe he deserved to be sent off in Wednesday’s Real Madrid draw. (REPORT)

German star Lukas Podolski says he will join Japanese side Vissel Kobe at the end of the season. (REPORT)

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic denied reports that the club was looking to sell Andy Carroll to a Chinese club. (REPORT)

WEDNESDAY REWIND

Denis Hamlett says he is ready to take on the challenge that comes with taking over as New York Red Bulls sporting director. (READ)

Bobby Wood scored a goal, but Hamburg settled for defeat against Fabian Johnson and Borussia Monchengladbach. (READ)

Fresh off the club’s MLS Cup loss, Toronto FC is hoping to rebound with another big run. (READ)

The Montreal Impact kept their core together as the club looks to push for more in 2017. (READ)

Following another unfortunate season, the San Jose Earthquakes are hoping to finally leap back into the crop of Western Conference contenders. (READ)

The proposed tournament between MLS and Liga MX is being held up due to scheduling issues. (READ)

U.S. Soccer announced the format for the U.S. Open Cup. (READ)

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