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Monday Kickoff: Messi, Mexico, Bolt and more


A South American star is going to put off a contract extension for quite some time while Mexico is set for changes heading into the second match of the Hex.

Lionel Messi reportedly won’t consider signing a contract extension with Barcelona until the expiration of his current deal. (REPORT)

Andres Guardado, Carlos Salcedo and Carlos Vela have left Mexico camp ahead of El Tri’s clash with Panama. (REPORT)

Sprinter Usain Bolt has joined Borussia Dortmund for training. (REPORT)

Despite recently suffering a right thigh injury, Alexis Sanchez joined Chile’s recent training session. (REPORT)

Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben insists that his latest injury is “nothing serious”. (REPORT)

Harry Kane has departed the England squad to rejoin Tottenham. (REPORT)


Tim Howard will not join the U.S. Men’s National Team’s trip to Costa Rica due to an adductor injury. (READ)

The USMNT is feeling a sense of urgency after dropping the opening game of the Hexagonal. (READ)

SBI takes a look at several key takeaways from the USMNT’s loss to Mexico. (READ)

Rafael Marquez was a fitting goalscorer in Friday’s El Tri win. (READ)

Jurgen Klinsmann and Michael Bradley don’t appear to be on the same page heading into the Costa Rica match. (READ)

Formational tinkering doomed the USMNT on Friday night. (READ)

Following his debut against Mexico, Christian Pulisic is eager for another taste of the rivalry. (READ)

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