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Friday Kickoff: Wenger, Hart, Fabian and more

An Arsenal executive released a statement regarding Arsene Wenger while Joe Hart’s future remains undecided.

Arsenal chairman Sir Chips Keswick issued an official statement saying that a decision on Arsene Wenger’s future with the club “will be made by us mutually and communicated at the right time in the right way.” (REPORT)

Joe Hart says he is unsure if he will return to the Premier League as playing as a starting goalkeeper remains his top priority. (REPORT)

Mexico midfielder Marco Fabian is hoping to return to the Eintracht Frankfurt lineup before the upcoming FIFA break after missing several months with back problems. (REPORT)

Ivan Rakitic has signed a new deal with Barcelona. (REPORT)

The┬ában on third-party investors owning players’ transfer rights has been upheld by the Court of Arbitration for Sport. (REPORT)

Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino is unlikely to be fit to face Burnley this weekend. (REPORT)

Barcelona has been charged by UEFA after fans entered the field following the club’s miraculous win over Paris Saint-Germain. (REPORT)



The U.S. Men’s National Team fell one spot in the FIFA rankings. (READ)

FIFA president Gianni Infantino says the U.S. travel ban could hurt a potential bid for the 2026 World Cup. (READ)

CONCACAF president Victor Montagliani says talks for another joint Copa America are “beyond preliminary”. (READ)

Norwegian forward Fredrik Gulbrandsen is reportedly set to join the New York Red Bulls while Justin Meram signed a new deal with the Columbus Crew. (READ)

MLS released a list of players whose contracts included Targeted Allocation Money. (READ)

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