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Tuesday Kickoff: Del Bosque, AC Milan, Ronaldo and more


An important figure in Spain’s brilliance over recent years has announced he’ll step down from coaching, while AC Milan is ready to change hands from the top down.

Vicente del Bosque will end his eight-year tenure as the Spanish national team head coach at the end of July before taking on a new role within the Royal Spanish Football Federation. (REPORT)

AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi has confirmed the sale of the club to a group of Chinese investors for over $445 million. Chinese businessman and founder of search engine Baidu, Robin Li, is reportedly heading the consortium. (REPORT)

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly requested his own personal trainer at the club after growing fed up with the club’s current medical staff. Ronaldo is currently in contract negotiations with Los Blancos after spending the previous seven seasons in Madrid. (REPORT)

Portuguese winger Renato Sanches has been accused of lying about his age by legendary Auxerre coach Guy Roux, who claims the 18-year-old is actually 23 or 24. (REPORT)

Fernando Torres has signed a new one-year deal with Atletico Madrid after netting 14 goals for Los Rojiblancos on loan during the 2015/16 season. (REPORT)

New Sevilla head coach Jorge Sampaoli says he was “seduced” by the club’s offer after being out of coaching for over six months. (REPORT)

Newcastle defender Fabricio Coloccini has left the team after eight seasons to return to Argentine club San Lorenzo. (REPORT)


The MLS Players Union has called a youth compensation lawsuit involving Clint Dempsey, Michael Bradley and DeAndre Yedlin “baseless.” (REPORT)

Jack Harrison has shown great maturity in his time with New York City FC and provided a great spark for the team’s attack. (REPORT)

Germany reached the Euro 2016 semifinals after knocking off Italy on penalty kicks. (REPORT)

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