Tuesday Kickoff: Chicharito, Costa, Modric and more

Tuesday Kickoff: Chicharito, Costa, Modric and more


Tuesday Kickoff: Chicharito, Costa, Modric and more


A Real Madrid board member has set his sights on a Mexican star, while Diego Costa is in hot water with his current club.

Real Madrid executive Santiago Aguado said he would like to see Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez back at Real Madrid. (REPORT)

Diego Costa has reportedly been warned for lashing out at manager Antonio Conte during this past weekend’s win over Leicester City. (REPORT)

Manchester United and Liverpool played to a 0-0 draw on Tuesday, as the latter remained fourth in the Premier League while the former sits seventh.

Luka Modric has signed a new deal that will keep him at Real Madrid until June 2020. (REPORT)

Mauri Icardi will not be stripped over the Inter Milan captaincy, but he has been fined for his comments regarding the club’s fans. (REPORT)

When asked which player he would most like to see move to Real Madrid, legendary Brazilian striker Ronaldo said that he would choose Liverpool midfielder Phillipe Coutinho. (REPORT)

Wolfsburg fired manager Dieter Hecking on Monday following a lackluster start to the Bundesliga season, which includes this past weekend’s defeat to RB Leipzig. (REPORT)

Borussia Dortmund’s Emre Mor will be suspended for two matches while Hertha Berlin midfielder Valentin Stocker will miss three after being sent off over teh weekend. (REPORT)


Mauro Biello says Didier Drogba ‘didn’t accept’ a spot on the bench for Sunday’s match against Toronto FC. (READ)

Bradley Wright-Phillips and Ignacio Piatti headline the Best of MLS from this past weekend. (READ)

Mauro Diaz is reportedly set to miss the rest of the MLS season after suffering an injury in Sunday’s win over the Seattle Sounders. (READ)

Mike Grella broke his scoring drought at the perfect time as the New York Red Bulls march towards the MLS playoffs. (READ)

The Philadelphia Union, meanwhile, are struggling heading into the postseason. (READ)

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