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Monday Kickoff: Rodriguez, Ozil, Mexico and more

One Premier League club is looking to sign a global star while one of the English league’s elite playmakers stated his doubts over a possible departure.

Liverpool is reportedly interested in signing James Rodriguez and the club has confidence it could seal a deal if Champions League qualification is secured. (REPORT)

Mesut Ozil says he does not believe reports that Arsenal is looking to sell him this summer. (REPORT)

Rafa Marquez and Jurgen Damm departed the Mexico squad ahead of El Tri’s match against Trinidad & Tobago. (REPORT)

Netherlands manager Danny Blind was fired after the team’s loss to Bulgaria. (REPORT)

Barcelona sporting director Robert Fernandez says finalizing a deal to sign Hector Bellerin will be “very difficult”. (REPORT)

Cologne sporting director Jorg Schmadtke says the club will not sell forward Anthony Modeste. (REPORT)

Diego Costa was cleared after appearing to suffer a scary injury during a Spain training session. (REPORT)


The U.S. Men’s National Team bounced back in a 6-0 demolition of Honduras. (READ)

SBI takes a look at several takeaways from the USMNT’s win. (READ)

Clint Dempsey’s return helped spark the USMNT’s return to form. (READ)

Paul Arriola joined the USMNT squad as several other players departed. (READ)

Mexico eased past Costa Rica while Trinidad & Tobago shocked Panama in World Cup qualifying. (READ)

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