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Wednesday Kickoff: Man United give up on Gareth Bale, Dortmund open to Ousmane Dembele sale and more

Big name transfer rumors continue as the summer window marches towards its end.

Jose Mourinho says it is “game over” when it comes to a potential Manchester United move for Gareth Bale. (REPORT)

Borussia Dortmund is reportedly set to enter negotiations with Barcelona over Ousmane Dembele. (REPORT)

Alexis Sanchez is set to miss Arsenal’s opening match against Leicester City due to an abdominal strain. (REPORT)

Newcastle United manager Rafael Benitez says he is “not happy” with the club’s transfer business this summer. (REPORT)

Mexico international Marco Fabian is set to miss two months due to injury. (REPORT)

Former Mexico manager Miguel Herrera says he hopes to return to coach El Tri following the 2018 World Cup. (REPORT)

Monaco and Sevilla are reportedly after AC Milan forward Carlos Bacca. (REPORT)

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The USL announced a new expansion franchise in Birmingham. (READ)

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Ballou Jean-Yves Table reportedly skipped Montreal Impact practice as rumors continue over his unhappiness. (READ)

The Columbus Crew signed DP winger Pedro Santos. (READ)

3 comments
  • Derek Hattersley

    With that Dortmund information United should offer what they would expect to pay for Bale and go all out to get him. Youth and experience on his side with a sell on fee if United and him decide to part ways. One would hope not but it is insurance which they would not get with Bale.

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  • Super Nintendo Chalmers

    Assuming Dembele leaves, does that mean that CP10 will get to play more like a #10 that Dembele was playing underneath Aumbameyang? Or will he remain a winger?

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