Tuesday Kickoff: Sanchez, Lewandowski, Argentina and more

Tuesday Kickoff: Sanchez, Lewandowski, Argentina and more

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Tuesday Kickoff: Sanchez, Lewandowski, Argentina and more

Two big clubs will push for Alexis Sanchez while Bayern Munich remains determined to keep Robert Lewandowski.

Manchester City and Manchester United are reportedly set to compete to sign Alexis Sanchez, who is interested in staying in England if he leaves Arsenal this summer. (REPORT)

Bayern Munich CEO Karl Heinz Rummenigge says that Real Madrid has no chance of signing Robert Lewandowski while adding that the two sides “have never discussed that name”. (REPORT)

The Argentinian federation confirmed the firing of national team head coach Edgardo Bauza. (REPORT)

Klaas-Jan Huntelaar confirmed that he is set to leave Schalke but added that he will not join “some club in the desert, China or Turkey”. (REPORT)

Paris Saint-Germain is reportedly eyeing a move for Arsenal forwards Lucas Perez. (REPORT)

Palermo has fired manager Diego Lopez following the resignation of sporting director Nicola Salerno. (REPORT)

SV Darmstadt announced the signing of Germany defender Kevin Grosskreutz for next season. (REPORT)

Simone Zaza is set to join Valencia on a permanent basis from Juventus. (REPORT)

Daniel Gomez, a defender for Tijuana’s third-division club, is being held in the United States on charges of importing methamphetamine into the country. (REPORT)

MONDAY REWIND

The U.S., Mexico and Canada confirmed their joint bid to host the 2026 World Cup. (READ)

After scoring a goal whole preserving a clean sheet, John Brooks earned honors as SBI Americans Abroad Player of the Week. (READ)

Albert Rusnak headlined the Best of MLS for Week 6. (READ)

SBI looks at the New York Red Bulls, Real Salt Lake and LA Galaxy in this weekend’s SBI Breakdown. (READ)

Gerso Fernandez and Dom Dwyer stepped up to help lead the Sporting KC attack over the weekend. (READ)

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