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Monday Kickoff: Ibrahimovic, Aguero, Bale and more


The future of two of the Premier League’s best strikers is in doubt while a former Premier League star is back in action.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic says there’s “nothing done yet” with regards to his future at Manchester United. (REPORT)

Pep Guardiola says he would like to keep Sergio Aguero at Manchester City but he is unsure of what will happen at the end of the season. (REPORT)

Gareth Bale returned to Real Madrid training after recovering from an ankle injury. (REPORT)

Manchester City fullback Bacary Sagna has been linked with a move to West Ham. (REPORT)

Juventus executive Giuseppe Marotta says he expects both forward Paulo Dybala and manager Massimiliano Allegri to remain with the club. (REPORT)

A Brazilian fan┬ádied due to fan violence ahead of┬áBotafogo’s meeting with Flamengo in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday. (REPORT)

Brazil’s Under-20 team failed to qualify for the upcoming Under-20 World Cup. (REPORT)


Fabian Johnson and Terrence Boyd headline the weekend’s Americans Abroad. (READ)

On Sunday, Atletico Madrid pulled off a late rally while Leicester City continued to struggle. (READ)

Saturday’s European action saw Arsenal topple Hull City on a controversial goal while Barcelona cruised past Deportivo Alaves. (READ)

Terrence Boyd scored his first Darmstadt goal, helping lead the way in an upset over Borussia Dortmund. (READ)

Former U.S. Men’s National Team forward Eric Wynalda was named head coach of the LA Wolves. (READ)

Minnesota United is reportedly set to sign Josh Gatt. (READ)

Gedion Zelalem scored his first goal in VVV Venlo’s rout of Helmond Sport. (READ)

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