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Friday Kickoff: Neymar's future, Infantino investigation and more

Neymar’s future is in his own hands, headlining Friday’s news.

Barcelona has reportedly left Neymar’s future up to him as he mulls over a reported offer from Paris Saint-Germain. (REPORT)

The FIFA Ethics Committee was investigating president Gianni Infantino for under-reporting campaign expenses before he organised the removal of the committee’s chairmen and members in May. (REPORT)

Juventus is reportedly set to finalize a move for Federico Bernardeschi from Fiorentina for a fee of €40 million. (REPORT)

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists that Phillipe Coutinho is “not for sale” despite interest from Barcelona. (REPORT)

RB Leipzig has told Liverpool that a move for midfielder Naby Keita is  “practically impossible”. (REPORT)

Leicester City rejected a bid from Roma for Riyad Mahrez. (REPORT)

THURSDAY REWIND

MLS is set to implement Video Assistant Review starting Aug. 5. (READ)

Eric Lichaj overcame a nightmare start to help guide the USMNT to victory. (READ)

SBI breaks down the USMNT’s 2-0 win over El Salvador. (READ)

El Salvador’s antics added a new layer to a typically-bizarre tournament. (READ)

Patience lifted Costa Rica into the Gold Cup semifinal. (READ)

1 comment
  • SilverRey

    Ha! Barcelona is throwing Neymar to the wolves if the trade is made. Of course they would love to have that 1/4 of a BILLION $$$$, but if ~they~ did the move it would come off as a cash grab pissing off all their fans. If Neymar make the decision then all of that ends up focused on Neymar as the money grubbing mercenary, totally deflecting the club’s involvement. I see what you’re doing Barcelona…

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