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Wednesday Kickoff: Luiz, Gabigol, Pulido and more


David Luiz is once again a wanted man, while several stars have completed moves ahead of transfer deadline day.

Chelsea has reportedly made a bid to Paris Saint-Germain in an effort to re-sign David Luiz. (REPORT)

Brazilian Under-23 forward Gabigol has finalized a move to Inter Milan. (REPORT)

Mexican striker Alan Pulido has joined Chivas de Guadalajara after most recently featuring for Olympiakos. (REPORT)

Belgium midfielder Axel Witsel is reportedly nearing a move to Juventus. (REPORT)

Samir Nasri has finalized a move from Manchester City to Sevilla. (REPORT)

In addition, Manchester City forward Wilfried Bony has been loaned to Stoke City. (REPORT)

Arsenal defender Callum Chambers has joined Middlesbrough on loan. (REPORT)

Newcastle’s Moussa Sissoko has left France camp to finalize a transfer. (REPORT)

Andres Iniesta is reportedly nearing a return from a knee injury that has kept him out of action since Aug. 14. (REPORT)


The U.S. Men’s National Team is not looking past St. Vincent & The Grenadines heading into a pair of crucial World Cup qualifiers. (READ)

Minnesota United forward Christian Ramirez is having yet another spectacular season, but does not know what club he will call home next year. (READ)

Gyasi Zardes will miss the rest of the MLS regular season due to a broken foot. (READ)

Hope Solo is set to sit out the NWSL season following her suspension from the U.S. Women’s National Team. (READ)

In addition, video has emerged of Solo’s reaction to learning of her USWNT suspension and termination. (READ)

LA Galaxy manager Bruce Arena confirmed that Nigel de Jong is likely on his way to Galatasaray. (READ)

Steven Gerrard is set to miss several weeks due to a hamstring injury. (READ)

Former USMNT defender Oguchi Onyewu is training with the New England Revolution. (READ)

U.S. Under-20 Men’s National Team midfielder Weston McKennie has signed with Schalke. (READ)


  1. Is side show bob really a better option than Miazga at this point? To me it would make more sense to give the young player you bought a run out than to re sign the older guy you didn’t want.


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