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Thursday Kickoff: Ibrahimovic, Middlesbrough, Terry and more

One MLS target’s future remains up in the air as he continues to hint at new destinations.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic hinted that he could be tempted with a move to Napoli but added that he’s happy at Manchester United. (REPORT)

John Terry denied that there is any rift between himself and Chelsea manager Antonio Conte. (REPORT)

Middlesbrough announced that the club has parted ways with manager Aitor Karanka. (REPORT)

Adam Johnson lost his appeal against his conviction for sexual activity with a child. (REPORT)

Monaco’s vice-president Vadim Vasilyev says that the club does not intend to sell Champions League hero Kylian Mbappe. (REPORT)

Samir Nasri called Jamie Vardy “a cheat” following the former’s red card in Sevilla’s Champions League loss to Leicester City. (REPORT)

Hertha Berlin’s Salomon Kalou has signed a new deal with the club. (REPORT)


Clint Dempsey, Tim Howard and Geoff Cameron headline the U.S. Men’s National Team roster for World Cup qualifying. (READ)

Bruce Arena says that Dempsey is an “invaluable” asset as his team prepares for World Cup qualifiers. (READ)

The U.S. Under-20 Men’s National Team was drawn with Ecuador, Senegal and Saudi Arabia for the group stage of the Under-20 World Cup. (READ)

Bobby Wood is reportedly set to be offered a new deal at Hamburg as teams eye his release clause. (READ)

MLS Ticker: Sebastian Giovinco will miss Toronto FC’s next match while Axel Sjoberg has undergone surgery (READ)

Diego Chara was fined for simulation while Roman Torres earned a one-game ban for violent conduct. (READ)

Monaco erased a two-goal deficit to top Manchester City to headline Wednesday’s UEFA Champions League action. (READ)

FC Dallas remained atop the latest edition of the SBI MLS Power Rankings. (READ)



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