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Tuesday Kickoff: England, Yankees, Silva and more


England appears to have made a coaching decision, while a major American franchise has denied interest in buying an English club.

The England FA is reportedly set to offer Gareth Southgate the full-time job as England manager. (REPORT)

The New York Yankees have denied that the organization is in talks to takeover English club Notts County. (REPORT)

David Silva is a doubt for Spain’s match against England due to a toe problem. (REPORT)

Tottenham and Harry Kane will continue contract talks at a late date. (REPORT)

Juventus is reportedly pushing to sign 19-year-oldĀ  Boca Juniors star Rodrigo Bentancur. (REPORT)

Italy manager Gian Piero Ventura has asked Serie A officials to start next season earlier to help national team players prepare for next year’s World Cup qualifiers. (REPORT)


Colorado Rapids goalkeeper Tim Howard will be out for several months due to injury and a subsequent surgery. (READ)

Costa Rica has made two roster changes ahead of Tuesday’s clash with the U.S. Men’s National Team. (READ)

Brad Guzan is ready to step in in Howard’s absence to help lead the USMNT against Costa Rica. (READ)

Wayne Rooney and Javier Hernandez headline LAFC’s reported targets ahead of the club’s 2018 debut. (READ)

DeAndre Yedlin has been a target of Jurgen Klinsmann’s ire, but it’s time to give the Newcastle fullback another shot in the starting XI. (READ)

Frank Lampard is set to depart NYCFC, but the club has plenty of options to replace that English midfielder. (READ)

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