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Wednesday Kickoff: Oscar, Hazard, Neymar and more


A Chelsea star is set for a move to China, while another is set for some time on the sidelines.

Chelsea midfielder Oscar says a move to Chinese club Shanghai SIPG is “90 percent” completed. (REPORT)

Eden Hazard is set to miss Chelsea’s match against Sunderland due to injury. (REPORT)

Barcelona announced that proceedings against the club over Neymar’s transfer have been closed. (REPORT)

RB Leipzig sporting director Ralf Rangnick says German soccer’s 50+1 ownership rule is “obsolete”. (REPORT)

Bob Bradley says Gylfi Siggurdson is a vital part of Swansea’s plans going forward. (REPORT)

Juventus defender Daniele Rugani has signed a new deal with the club. (REPORT)


Following the expansion draft, several deals were made as Clint Irwin, Donny Toia and Chris Duvall were all dealt after being selected. (READ)

The LA Galaxy acquired the rights to Jermaine Jones from the Colorado Rapids. (READ)

In addition, the Galaxy also confirmed Curt Onalfo as the club’s new head coach. (READ)

Fox says the 2016 MLS Cup was the most-watched since 2001. (READ)

New York Cosmos chairman Seamus O’Brien says that the club has no debt and will not play in the USL. (READ)

U.S. Men’s National Team fullback Greg Garza is interested in an MLS move. (READ)


  1. I’ve seen some ACL (Asian Champions League) matches with the CSL clubs involved. Without the foreign stars, they would be NASL quality. Even their foreign stars are not playing at the top of their ability over there. Probably stems from complacency by making way too much money and lacking motivation to bring their ‘A’ game against lesser opponents.

  2. Has anyone here actually watched the Chinese league? How is the quality, compared to MLS? I understand they’re splashing ridiculous amounts of cash, but I sure would’ve loved to see some of these high profile players (who are still young) come our way instead.


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