FIFA’s presidential race is heating up, but the main storyline this Tuesday is the injury of a Mexican international playing abroad.
Mexican midfielder Andres Guardado, 29, will be sidelined for “some weeks” after suffering a hamstring injury during PSV Eindhoven’s 4-2 win vs. De Graafschap on Saturday. (REPORT)
While Italy, Greece and Norway announced their intentions to support Gianni Infantino ahead of the FIFA presidential election on Feb. 26, the Swedish football federation also has endorsed the current general secretary of UEFA. (REPORT)
Striker Jamie Vardy, 29, is reportedly close to signing a new contract with Leicester City, and it will extend until the summer of 2019. (REPORT)
Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink said the club is still attempting to have an “open door” with defender John Terry. (REPORT)
Spanish international Javi Martínez, 27, underwent successful a surgery on Tuesday, but will be sidelined for approximately four weeks for Bayern Munich. (REPORT)
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