SBI Monday Rewind: Chivas USA finds buyer; NASL's Ibarra set for USMNT callup; and more

SBI Monday Rewind: Chivas USA finds buyer; NASL's Ibarra set for USMNT callup; and more

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SBI Monday Rewind: Chivas USA finds buyer; NASL's Ibarra set for USMNT callup; and more

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Jurgen Klinsmann

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Chivas USA is inching toward oblivion as new reports Monday say a buyer has been found to take over the franchise, which will be re-branded. The team will cost an estimated $100 million. Chivas USA apparently may shut down for two years for rebuilding before returning to Major League Soccer as a new franchise.

Meanwhile, with the next World Cup a full four years away, Jurgen Klinsmann seems to be thinking outside the box as he rebuilds the team. Reports out Monday say Miguel Ibarra, a winger for Minnesota United in the North American Soccer League, will be called in for the U.S. Men’s National Team in October.

And it seems FIFA President Sepp Blatter was speaking out of turn when he claimed no one on FIFA’s Executive Committee wanted its new ethics probed released publicly. A member reportedly said that claim was false and members did want to release the results of an investigation into the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

Here is a rundown of all the stories featured on SBI on Monday:

U.S. MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM
Report: Minnesota United’s Ibarra to receive USMNT call-up

Pulisic, Wright headline U.S. U-17 roster for October tournament

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER
Report: Chivas USA to go on potential two-year hiatus following nearly $100 million sale

Kaka, Bradley, Defoe, top MLS salary charts

Free agent Holden told he can return to Bolton when ready

MLS Record Watch: October 2014 Edition

A look at the MLS Homegrown Player myth

Galaxy Notebook: Arena praises Donovan; Zardes, Wright-Phillips reveal Keane admiration; and more

Report: Lenhart likely out for season after suffering foot injury

The SBI Show: Episode 168 (Recapping MLS Week 30, talking Americans Abroad, and more)

EUROPEAN SOCCER
Monday Kickoff: Rooney accepts ban; FIFA execs dispute Blatter; and more

Americans Abroad: Weekend Rewind

Must-See Goal: Alvaro Recoba

Sunday European Rewind: Inter overwhelmed by Cagliari; Bordeaux, Marseille win; and more

SBI WEEKLY AWARDS
SBI MLS Player of the Week: Robbie Keane

SBI MLS Team of the Week: New England Revolution

SBI MLS Rookie of the Week: Nick Hagglund

SBI World Team of the Week: Atletico Madrid

SBI World Player of the Week: Miguel Layun

OTHER SOCCER
NASL Week 13: A Look Back

College Weekend Rewind: Syracuse shuts down UVA, Washington avoids upset, and more

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