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Monday Kickoff: Simeone, Dybala, FIFA and more

An Argentine player and an Argentine coach headline Monday’s news

Inter Milan has reportedly arranged a meeting with Diego Simeone where they will present him with an offer to take over as manager. (REPORT)

Paulo Dybala’s agent says that “half of Europe” has registered interest in the Juventus forward. (REPORT)

FIFA Council member Sheikh Ahmad Al Fahad Al Sabah of Kuwait amid allegations that he bribed Asian officials. (REPORT)

Former Italy manager Cesare Prandelli says that Mario Balotelli has no desire to become the best. (REPORT)

Atletico Madrid defender Lucas Hernandez has signed a new deal with the club amid interest from Manchester City and Barcelona. (REPORT)

Pescara’s Sulley Muntari walked off the field on Sunday after receiving a yellow card for protesting racial abuse. (REPORT)


Matt Miazga helped Vitesse win the Dutch Cup final. (READ)

Dax McCarty endured a bittersweet return to Red Bull Arena. (READ)

The U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team toppled El Salvador to remain perfect during World Cup qualifying. (READ)

Toronto FC is continuing to emphasize a faster possession-based game. (READ)

The Seattle Sounders rallied, but the team was still frustrated by the fact that they fell so far behind the New England Revolution on Saturday. (READ)

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