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Tuesday Kickoff: 2030 World Cup, Wenger, Ramos and more


The new FIFA president has revealed his stance on a World Cup decision, while Arsene Wenger has stated his expectations for next season.

New FIFA president Gianni Infantino says he would support a co-hosted World Cup, a situation FIFA has not looked towards since 2002. Infantino’s support gives hope to Uruguay and Argentina, who could look to host the tournament’s 100th anniversary together in 2030. (REPORT)

Arsene Wenger says he has “no doubt” that he will still be with Arsenal next season for his 21st campaign in charge. (REPORT)

Sergio Ramos, who was substituted in Spain’s friendly with Italy due to a back issue, is questionable for this weekend’s Clasico after being unable to participate fully in Tuesday’s Real Madrid training session. (REPORT)

A Barcelona fan group is leading a movement to have the Camp Nou after Johan Cruyff. (REPORT)

Manuel Neuer has withdrawn from the Germany squad due to a stomach illness. (REPORT)

Napoli’s Marek Hamsik says there has been no contact between himself and Real Madrid despite reports linking the midfielder with a move to the club. (REPORT)

Defender Leonardo Bonucci insists he will not be following Antonio Conte from Juventus to Chelsea. (REPORT)


The U.S. Men’s National Team is embracing the aura of Columbus’ MAPFRE Stadium ahead of Tuesday’s clash with Guatemala. (REPORT)

Guatemala’s Carlos Ruiz is still awaiting paperwork that would make him eligible to join the team for the USMNT match. (REPORT)

SBI takes a look at who should start for the U.S. Men’s National Team against Guatemala. (REPORT)

In addition, SBI provides a closer look at players that could take the field for the U.S. Under-23 Men’s National Team’s Olympic qualifying clash with Colombia. (REPORT)

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