Monday Kickoff: Enrique, Bielsa, Mourinho and more

Monday Kickoff: Enrique, Bielsa, Mourinho and more

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Monday Kickoff: Enrique, Bielsa, Mourinho and more

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Monday begins with several managers making headlines across European soccer.

Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu says Luis Enrique has the full support of the club as pressure continues to mount on the head coach. (REPORT)

Marcelo Bielsa is set to takeover at Lille on a two-year deal that begins this summer. (REPORT)

Jose Mourinho says Chelsea can focus solely on the FA Cup as he believes the Blues have already locked up the Premier League title. (REPORT)

Roma manager Luciano Spaletti says he could resign from his role if the club doesn’t re-sign Francesco Totti. (REPORT)

Sergio Ramos returned to training with Real Madrid ahead of Wednesday’s clash with Valencia. (REPORT)

Nicolas Otamendi’s agent says Real Madrid is interested in signing the Manchester City centerback to replace Pepe. (REPORT)

Vasim Vasilyev, Monaco’s vice-president, says Bernardo Silva has attracted offers from several of Europe’s top clubs. (REPORT)


John Brooks shined while Brad Guzan returned to the Middlesbrough lineup to headline Saturday’s Americans Abroad. (READ)

The U.S. Under-20 Men’s National Team fell to Panama in the first match of World Cup qualifying. (READ)

John Harkes was dropped as FC Cincinnati head coach due to a reported power struggle. (READ)

Julian Green and Andrew Wooten started in 2. Bundesliga action on Friday. (READ)

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