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Thursday Kickoff: Lewandowski, Mourinho, Florenzi and more


Bayern Munich is working on keeping one of their biggest stars, while one of the world’s top managers is in trouble for comments made about an official.

CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says Bayern Munich is closing in on a deal to keep Robert Lewandowski at the club. (REPORT)

The FA charged Jose Mourinho with misconduct following the Manchester United manager’s comments about a referee stemming from a 0-0 draw with Liverpool. (REPORT)

Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi will undergo surgery Thursday for a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. (REPORT)

English Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn says Gareth Southgate has proven to be a “credible candidate” for the England national team job. (REPORT)

Seven men were arrested for crowd violence at West Ham’s clash with Chelsea on Wednesday. (REPORT)

Inter Milan president Erick Thohir has given manager Frank de Boer a vote of confidence despite the club’s current spot of 10th in the table. (REPORT)

Sevilla defender Adil Rami says he turned down a move to Paris Saint-Germain over the summer. (REPORT)


The LA Galaxy cruised past Real Salt Lake to book a spot in the Western Conference semifinals. (READ)

Sebastian Giovinco and Jozy Altidore combined to lead Toronto FC past a calamitous Philadelphia Union. (READ)

The Houston Dynamo have reportedly passed on hiring Wade Barrett has head coach, causing several players to voice their displeasure. (READ)

Julian Green scored to help lead Bayern Munich to a DFB-Pokal win. (READ)

Bobby Wood is hoping to ride a two-goal performance into Bundlesliga momentum. (READ)


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