Wednesday Kickoff: Man United interested in Gareth Bale, Man City after Kylian Mbappe and more

Two big stars and potential massive moves headline Wednesday’s news.

Manchester United could reportedly move for Gareth Bale if Real Madrid makes the winger available for transfer following the potential signing of Kylian Mbappe. (REPORT)

Real Madrid’s pursuit of Mbappe isn’t straight-forward, though, as Manchester City is reportedly set to make a bid for the French forward. (REPORT)

Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez said he was left “speechless” due to the abuse hurled at Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio, and the recently-signed West Ham forward went on to defend the El Tri boss in the face of criticism. (REPORT)

Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone says he would be open to coaching in Mexico as he is not only set on European soccer. (REPORT)

Bayern Munich midfielder Renato Sanches says he would be open to a move to AC Milan. (REPORT)

Ajax midfielder Abdelhak Nouri is out of intensive care just two-and-a-half weeks after suffering permanent brain damage after collapsing in a preseason match. (REPORT)

Chelsea midfielder Kenedy was removed from Chelsea’s tour of China due to previous remarks made about the country on social media. (REPORT)


Cameron Carter-Vickers conceded a penalty kick in Tottenham’s loss to Roma. (READ)

Sporting KC traded Dom Dwyer to Orlando City for an MLS-record haul of allocation money. (READ)

Peter Vermes says Sporting KC now has both short and long-term flexibility following the trade. (READ)

The LA Galaxy have reportedly signed Jonathan dos Santos. (READ)

SBI takes a look at who the USMNT should start against Jamaica. (READ)

The USMNT is not selling Jamaica short ahead of the Gold Cup final. (READ)

In order to beat the Reggae Boyz, the USMNT must find a way past an in-form Andre Blake. (READ)

Haji Wright has left Schalke’s first team and will begin training with the club’s U-23s. (READ)

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