Friday Kickoff: Isco, Euro 2016 and more

Friday Kickoff: Isco, Euro 2016 and more

Euro 2016

Friday Kickoff: Isco, Euro 2016 and more



After Spanish duo David de Gea and Muniain were previously named in a recent sexual battery case, another La Furia Roja player has been named.

A protected witness in the ‘Torbe case’ has alleged that Real Madrid midfielder Isco was also involved in the rape of one woman. De Gea was reportedly the organizer for the meeting between two women and Isco and Muniain. (REPORT)

A group of Russian hooligans was arrested in Germany on Thursday night after assaulting Spanish tourists. Six men were reportedly traveling back from Euro 2016 before attacking three Spanish tourists in the city of Cologne. (REPORT)

Atletico Madrid has agreed to terms with Benfica midfielder Nicolas Gaitan, who is currently playing with Argentina at the Copa America Centenario. (REPORT)

Three Premier League teams are reportedly in the mix to sign AC Milan forward M’Baye Niang. Defending champions Leicester City, Everton and West Ham are all rumored to have expressed interest in the 21-year-old. (REPORT)

Celta Vigo president Carlos Mourino says he expects Spanish international Nolito to leave the club this summer after catching the eyes of several teams, including Barcelona. (REPORT)


The U.S. Men’s National Team advanced to their second ever Copa America semifinal on Thursday, defeating Ecuador 2-1 at CenturyLinkField in Seattle. (REPORT)

U.S. head coach Jurgen Klinsmann wasn’t pleased with the decision to send Jermaine Jones off against Ecuador. (REPORT)

Clint Dempsey continues to show up in big spots for the USMNT, and Thursday’s performance, which included a goal and an assist, once again proved his worth. (REPORT)

Daniel Sturridge’s late finish saw England win against Wales, 2-1, at Euro 2016. (REPORT)

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