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Monday Kickoff: Arsenal, City Football Group, Totti and more

Rumors continue to swirl regarding Arsene Wenger while a major ownership group in club soccer could be set to expand into South America.

Arsenal reportedly denied reports of approaching Thomas Tuchel to replace Arsene Wenger just hours after reports emerged linking the Borussia Dortmund manager to the job. (REPORT)

Manchester City and NYCFC’s parent company, City Football Group, is close to purchasing a club in Uruguay. (REPORT)

Roma president James Pallotta says Francesco Totti has a six-year contract as a club director on the table. (REPORT)

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says he is open to staying with the club beyond the end of the season. (REPORT)

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang says he could limit his minutes for Gabon over the international break in an effort to remain fit for Borussia Dortmund. (REPORT)

Cesare Prandelli says he turned down an approach from Leicester City after seeing how the club treated Claudio Ranieri. (REPORT)

The upcoming Manchester Derby has been rescheduled to April 27, which sees Manchester United’s schedule now packed with nine matched in the month. (REPORT)


Bobby Wood is set to miss the U.S. Men’s National Team’s World Cup qualifiers due to injury while Sacha Kljestan and Matt Besler were added to the squad. (READ)

Fabian Johnson is also set to miss out as Graham Zusi was called in as a replacement. (READ)

John Brooks scored as Hertha Berlin fell to Cologne on Saturday. (READ)

Emerson Hyndman continued his run of form with another goal for Rangers on Saturday. (READ)

After 18 years, the U.S. Under-17 Residency Program is set for its final semester. (READ)

Canada has named former New York Metrostars and LA Galaxy head coach Octavio Zambrano as national team manager. (READ)


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