Tuesday Kickoff: Terry, Borussia Dortmund, Manchester United and more

Tuesday Kickoff: Terry, Borussia Dortmund, Manchester United and more

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Tuesday Kickoff: Terry, Borussia Dortmund, Manchester United and more

While he may have offers on the table, John Terry hasn’t ruled out ending his career sooner than expected.

John Terry says he hasn’t ruled out retirement after scoring in Chelsea’s win over Watford on Monday night. (REPORT)

German federal prosecutors says they have determined that the attack on Borussia Dortmund’s team bus was not done with a terrorist motive. (REPORT)

Manchester United is reportedly set to spend up to $200 million on transfers this summer. (REPORT)

Zinedine Zidane refused to discuss the possibility of a James Rodriguez transfer. (REPORT)

New Roma sporting director Monchi says he hopes Francesco Totti will accept a role as a director next season while helping him learn about the club. (REPORT)

Thiago Silva conceded that Monaco has lost the Ligue 1 title to Monaco. (REPORT)

MONDAY REWIND

Tosaint Ricketts and Kaka headline The Best of MLS. (READ)

The New York Red Bulls delivered an uninspired performance in a lopsided loss to the LA Galaxy. (READ)

The LA Galaxy, meanwhile, corrected their course a bit with a major win. (READ)

Boston attorney Steven Gans is considering running for U.S. Soccer president. (READ)

Sebastian Giovinco and Nick Hagglund are set to miss time for Toronto FC. (READ)

A rare Steven Caldwell goal helped provide a needed spark for the New England Revolution. (READ)

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