Tuesday Kickoff: Barcelona, Real Madrid, Hazard and more

Tuesday Kickoff: Barcelona, Real Madrid, Hazard and more

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Tuesday Kickoff: Barcelona, Real Madrid, Hazard and more

Spain’s top two clubs headline a busy Tuesday of news.

Barcelona sporting director Robert Fernandez says there’s no update on when the club will name Luis Enrique’s successor as coach, adding that he is currently “working on it”. (REPORT)

After playing in El Clasico despite a calf injury, Gareth Bale is set to miss Real Madrid’s Champions League semifinal first leg against Atletico Madrid. (REPORT)

Real Madrid is set to appeal Sergio Ramos’ red card from Sunday’s loss to Barcelona. (REPORT)

Eden Hazard says he doesn’t see himself as the right choice to replace John Terry as Chelsea captain. (REPORT)

Torino star Andrea Belotti says he is not worth the €100 million release clause currently in his contract. (REPORT)

Borussia Dortmund is optimistic that Nuri Sahin could feature towards the end of the season despite an ankle injury. (REPORT)

Granada manager Tony Adams says he is set to offer former Premier League players Nigel Reo-Coker and Kieran Richardson deals with the club. (REPORT)

MONDAY REWIND

DeAndre Yedlin and Newcastle are headed back to the Premier League after sealing a win over Preston North End. (READ)

SBI takes a look at the biggest takeaways from Week 8 of MLS play. (READ)

Frank Yallop resigned as head coach of Phoenix Rising FC. (READ)

The U.S. Under-18 Men’s National Team opened up the Slovakia Cup with a draw. (READ)

The new-look Orlando City defense continues to lead the way in the club’s early-season surge. (READ)

Christian Pulisic earned honors as SBI Americans Abroad Player of the Week. (READ)

Sebastian Giovinco and Darlington Nagbe headline The Best of MLS. (READ)

 

 

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