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Wednesday Kickoff: Ibrahimovic, Lozano, Man City and more

One current star continues to hint at his future while a future star says he’s ready for his big move.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic says the Premier League is “begging me to stay” as his one-year deal nears its expiration. (REPORT)

Pachuca’s Hirving Lozano says he is “prepared to get better and play in a more competitive league. (REPORT)

Manchester City is set to announce a 10-year partnership with Club Atlético Torque, a second division club in Uruguay. (REPORT)

Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez has been ruled out of Wednesday’s match against Darmstadt. (REPORT)

Celta Vigo forward Iago Aspas has signed a new deal that will keep him with the club through 2022. (REPORT)

Ghana has appointed Kwesi Appiah for a second stint as national team manager. (REPORT)

Tijuana’s Aviles Hurtado says he would rather play for Colombia than his adopted home of Mexico. (READ)

Several arrests have been made in relation to a match-fixing investigation at CD Eldense following the club’s 12-0 loss to Barcelona B. (REPORT)


St. Louis’ MLS hopes took a massive hit after city’s voters voted against a proposed stadium deal. (READ)

Pachuca stunned FC Dallas on a late goal from Hirving Lozano. (READ)

Jermaine Jones hit out at his critics while stating his belief that there was no player ready to take his place on the national team. (READ)

SBI asks what you think Jermaine Jones’ role should be with the USMNT. (READ)

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