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Thursday Kickoff: CONMEBOL, World Cup, Manchester United and more

Controversy has once against struck one of the world’s major federations.

CONMEBOL executives transferred $128.6 million between 2000 and 2015 to personal accounts, suspicious accounts, or unauthorized accounts according to an audit. (REPORT)

FIFA president Gianni Infantino confirmed that video assistant referees will be used at next year’s World Cup in Russia. (REPORT)

Jose Mourinho is reportedly looking to bring Chelsea winger Willian to Manchester United. (REPORT)

The Man United manager has also reportedly targeted Alvaro Morata as a replacement for Zlatan Ibrahimovic. (REPORT)

Bayern Munich exercised the club’s option to permanently buy Kingsley Coman from Juventus. (REPORT)

Borussia Dortmund announced that the club will embark on a preseason tour of Asia where they will face will face J League side Urawa Reds and AC Milan. (REPORT)

Club America’s sporting president, Ricardo Pelaez, is set to step down. (REPORT)

A brawl erupted during Palemeiras 3-2 win over Penarol in the Copa Libertadores. (REPORT)


The U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team earned a thrilling win over rival Mexico to advance in World Cup qualifying. (READ)

Dax McCarty joined the SBI Show ahead of this weekend’s match against the New York Red Bulls. (READ)

With McCarty’s return looming, Red Bulls head coach Jesse Marsch says he is looking forward to seeing and embracing his former captain. (READ)

The Portland Timbers are set to expand Providence Park. (READ)

Still eligible for both the U.S. and Mexico, Jesse Gonzalez says he feels more connected with El Tri. (READ)


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