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Tuesday Kickoff: Lukaku, Henriquez, Iniesta and more

Transfer rumors continue to swirl around Romelu Lukaku while authorities continue to pursue justice following the murder of a Panamanian international.

Everton is prepared to hold out for a £100 million transfer fee for start forward Romelu Lukaku. (REPORT)

Panamanian authorities say they’ve arrested seven people following the murder of Panama midfielder Amilcar Henriquez. (REPORT)

Andres Iniesta declined to comment on his Barcelona future as his contract nears it’s conclusion. (REPORT)

Harry Redknapp was appointed new manager of Birmingham City. (REPORT)

Ashley Young is hoping to remain at Manchester United but is unsure what his future holds. (REPORT)

Brondby sports director Troels Bech spoke out after fans of the club threw dead rats at an FC Copenhagen player during a 1-0 home derby defeat. (REPORT)

Kevin-Prinve Boateng has yet to decide on his future with Las Palmas. (REPORT)


MLS teams are reportedly showing little to no interest in John Terry. (READ)

Freddy Montero and Nemanja Nikolic headline SBI’s MLS Best XI. (READ)

SBI breaks down some of the most interesting takeaways from MLS Week 7. (READ)

Andrew Carleton, Timothy Weah and Josh Sargent headline the U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team roster for World Cup qualifying. (READ)

Former U.S. Men’s National Team assistant Andi Herzog says MLS didn’t listen to advice from Jurgen Klinsmann. (READ)

The Montreal Impact can thank their Homegrown players for helping pave the way for the club’s first win of the season. (READ)

David Villa’s ridiculous long-range chip headlines The Best of MLS. (READ)

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