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Tuesday Kickoff: World Cup 2018, Fabregas, Klose and more


While concerns continue over the upcoming World Cup in Russia, one big name star could be on the move while another has ended his playing career.

Two 2018 World Cup stadiums have fallen behind schedule and will not be complete until 2018. (REPORT)

Chelsea is reportedly open to letting Cesc Fabregas leave for a loan move once the January transfer window opens. (REPORT)

Miroslav Klose retired on Tuesday, and the German striker will now move into a coaching role with his national team. (REPORT)

Real Madrid star Pepe could miss an extended period of time after being diagnosed with a grade 2 muscle injury in the femoral biceps of his left leg. (REPORT)

Inter Milan fired coach Frank de Boer on Tuesday, ending his tenure after less than three months. (REPORT)

Shanghai SIPG boss Sven-Goran Eriksson says there is no truth to reports linking that Chinese club with a move for Wayne Rooney. (REPORT)

Italy manager Giampiero Ventura says Graziano Pelle will not be called up for the next squad after harming the national team’s image by not shaking his hand upon a recent substitution. (REPORT)


Hamburg coach  manager Markus Gisdol said Bobby Wood’s red card was “inexcusable”. (READ)

Nicolas Lodeiro, Jordan Morris and Nelson Valdez combined for an ‘unbelievable’ attacking performance in Sunday’s win over FC Dallas. (READ)

Following a 1-0 defeat, the New York Red Bulls remain confident heading home for a second leg clash against the Montreal Impact. (READ)

David Beckham’s Miami project could reportedly begin in a temporary home, while the club continues to search for additional investors. (READ)

Referee assignments have been released ahead of this weekend’s MLS playoff action. (READ)


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