The Panama Papers continue to make headlines and shake up the soccer world, injuries will likely keep Karim Benzema and Arjen Robben sidelined, and more in Thursday’s Kickoff.
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Gianni Infantino is “dismayed” by links to the Panama Papers, while Scottish club Rangers have sealed promotion to the top division after four years away.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino has stated his support for a co-hosted 2030 World Cup, while Arsene Wenger says he has “no doubt” that he will remain with Arsenal.
The UEFA Europa League draw paired Borussia Dortmund with Liverpool, while FIFA announced it will test the use of a fourth substitute in competitions this year.
Neymar has reportedly been cleared to play at this summer’s Olympics, while FIFA is looking to recover money lost in the organization’s series of scandals.
Paris Saint-Germain won the Ligue 1 title after defeating Troyes, 9-0, on Sunday, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic discussed his future with the French club.
While an important report into 2016 World Cup hosts Germany was published on Friday, Arsenal revealed goalkeeper Petr Cech will miss three-to-four weeks.