Wednesday Kickoff: Mexico, Costa, Lacazette and more

Wednesday Kickoff: Mexico, Costa, Lacazette and more

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Wednesday Kickoff: Mexico, Costa, Lacazette and more

Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio stated one of his preferences for the national team while Atletico Madrid saw links to two strikers shut down.

Osorio says the national team would benefit from more players moving to Europe. (REPORT)

Diego Costa says he is open to a move to China while also adding that he attempted to seal a return to Atletico Madrid. (REPORT)

Alexandre Lacazette’s agent denied reports that the forward was set to move to Atletico Madrid. (REPORT)

Barcelona technical director Roberto Fernandez says the club could buy back winger Gerard Deulofeu. (REPORT)

Bayern Munich winger Douglas Costa’s knee injury is reportedly worse than originally thought. (REPORT)

Ivory Coast has named former Belgium manager Marc Wilots as the national team’s new coach. (REPORT)

TUESDAY REWIND

Chicago Fire general manager Nelson Rodriguez is confident that Bastian Schweinsteiger will add to the team. (READ)

U.S. Men’s National Team forward Jordan Morris is day-to-day with an ankle injury. (READ)

Freshly recovered from injury, Tim Howard is ready to step in as the starter for World Cup qualifiers. (READ)

SBI takes a look at potential candidates for the Real Salt Lake head coaching job. (READ)

Freddy Adu is reportedly a target of Indonesian side Persija Jakarta. (READ)

SBI’s Question of the Day asks which position is of the most concern for the USMNT. (READ)

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