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Friday Kickoff: Bartra, Aubameyang, Messi and more

Borussia Dortmund headlines Friday morning’s news and notes.

Marc Bartra returned to training for the first time since the attack on Borussia Dortmund’s team bus. (REPORT)

Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke says Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has not approached him about a transfer. (REPORT)

Argentina is “hopeful” that Lionel Messi’s four-match ban for World Cup qualifiers could be reduced after the latest appeal. (REPORT)

Jose Mourinho says there is no need for Arsene Wenger to attempt to make peace ahead of their match over the weekend. (REPORT)

Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas says Atletico Madrid has been pushing for the striker for two years. (REPORT)

English Football Association chairman Greg Clarke says the organization is reconsidering its relationship with betting firms. (REPORT)

Sunderland manager David Moyes says he will stay with the relegated club while adding that Jermain Defoe has an exit clause. (REPORT)

Everton’s Seamus Coleman has signed a new five-year deal to remain with the club. (REPORT)


Several top European sides collide in This Weekend’s Soccer on TV. (READ)

Fabian Johnson, Tim Ream and Omar Gonzalez headline Americans Abroad. (READ)

The Philadelphia Union will need more than just small positives to break out of their ongoing run. (READ)

Sporting KC corrected their own mistakes in a win over the shorthanded Red Bulls. (READ)

Lead MLS Nashville investor John Ingram continued his push by acquiring USL club Nashville SC. (READ)

Bournemouth’s Eddie Howe says he has no plans to sell Emerson Hyndman. (READ)

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