Wednesday Kickoff: Messi signs new deal, Rooney linked with Everton and more

Wednesday Kickoff: Messi signs new deal, Rooney linked with Everton and more

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Wednesday Kickoff: Messi signs new deal, Rooney linked with Everton and more

While one big star is now officially tied to his current club, another looks like he could make a move back to his hometown club.

Lionel Messi officially signed a new deal with Barcelona that will keep him at the club through 2021. (REPORT)

Wayne Rooney is reportedly in talks with Everton over a proposed move. (REPORT)

Alan Pulido’s broken arm will keep the Chivas de Guadalajara forward out of action for at least four months. (REPORT)

Besiktas confiremd the signing of former Real Madrid defender Pepe. (REPORT)

AC Milan CEO Marco Fassone says Gianluigi Donnarumma is “very close” to signing a new deal with the club but complications remain around agent Mino Raiola. (REPORT)

Midfielder Vicente Iborra is set to join Leicester City from Sevilla. (REPORT)

Fabio Coentrao announced that he is set to join Sporting CP. (REPORT)

Huddersfield Town has signed Montpellier forward Steve Mounie for a club-record fee. (REPORT)

TUESDAY REWIND

Danny Williams officially joined Huddersfield Town. (READ)

Real Salt Lake demolished the shorthanded LA Galaxy. (READ)

Roland Lamah fired a double to lift FC Dallas over D.C. United. (READ)

Clint Dempsey scored a pair of goals to help the Seattle Sounders take down the Colorado Rapids. (READ)

Josef Martinez and Atlanta United cruised past the 10-man San Jose Earthquakes. (READ)

Kekuta Manneh fired the game-winner to lead the Columbus Crew to a win over Minnesota United. (READ)

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