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Wednesday Kickoff: Lahm, Suarez, Rooney, FIFA and more

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One of the game’s best defenders could retire at season’s end, while a top forward is closing in on a contract extension.

Phillip Lahm said he “wouldn’t rule out” retiring at the end of the season. (REPORT)

Luis Suarez is close to finalizing a contract extension with Barcelona. (REPORT)

Honorary Beijing Guoan chairman Luo Ning said that Wayne Rooney rejected a move to the club. (REPORT)

FIFA may implement sideline replays that allow doctors to watch potential concussion incidents and, if necessary, intervene. (REPORT)

Manuel Neuer and Julian Brandt have pulled out of the latest Germany squad due to illness. (REPORT)

Real Madrid midfielder Koke is looking to extend his contract with the club. (REPORT)

Paraguay’s Roque Santa Cruz has retired from international competition. (REPORT)


Jurgen Klinsmann says Christian Pulisic’s potential is “limitless”. (READ)

U.S. Men’s National Team veterans like Omar Gonzalez and Matt Besler are looking to guide youngsters through their first Mexico clash. (READ)

Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez is confident in Mexico’s ability to end the Dos a Cero curse. (READ)

Terrence Boyd may be on the move and several MLS teams should be interested. (READ)

Jordan Morris was named SBI MLS Rookie of the Year. (READ)

Alan Gordon replaced Morris on the latest USMNT roster. (READ)

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