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Tuesday Kickoff: Gabriel Jesus, Fabregas, Ribery and more


While one up-and-coming star could miss significant time due to injury, a Chinese club has denied interest in a longtime playmaker.

Pep Guardiola says he “will pray” that the injury to Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus is not serious as the club hopes for a quick recovery for the recently-added forward. (REPORT)

Chinese club¬†Shandong Luneng has denied rumors linking the team to Cesc Fabregas, stating that he¬†“is not our cup of tea.” (REPORT)

Franck Ribery has not recovered from his injury in time to join Bayern Munich’s squad for the upcoming Champions League clash with Arsenal. (REPORT)

Barcelona manager Luis Enrique says the club could be after fullbacks in the summer transfer window following the injury to Aleix Vidal. (REPORT)

Following a post of the defender in surgical scrubs, Chelsea has downplayed any concerns over a serious David Luiz injury. (REPORT)

Romelu Lukaku hasn’t traveled with Everton due to a calf injury. (REPORT)

Swansea’s Nathan Dyer will miss the rest of the season due to injury. (REPORT)

Borussia Dortmund will play one match without the club’s famous Yellow Wall of fans due to crowd trouble at a recent home match. (REPORT)


SBI takes a look at the UEFA Champions League Round of 16, which begins Tuesday. (READ)

After winning a double in 2016, FC Dallas is looking to push for the elusive MLS Cup in 2017. (READ)

The Philadelphia Union are in Year 2 of the Earnie Stewart Era, and it’s expected to be one that produces another playoff appearance. (READ)

Univision announced that select Liga MX games will be broadcast in English live on Facebook. (READ)

Fabian Johnson and Terrence Boyd headlined a busy weekend of Americans Abroad. (READ)


  1. Liga MX needs to take the next step and use the SAP to it’s full potential!! I would absolutely watch more Mexican soccer if it had an english option.

    Are you listening Univision? Facebook is a great move forward, go ahead and let the momentum take you!


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