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Thursday Kickoff: Rooney, Coutinho, FIFA and more

Transfer rumors continue to swirl as the season winds to a close while two older stars aren’t looking to far into the future.

Wayne Rooney reiterated that he wants to remain at Manchester United. (REPORT)

FIFA president Gianni Infantino hit out at the “fake news and alternative facts” that continue to swirl around the organization. (REPORT)

Roma legend Francesco Totti says he will think about his future once the season is over. (REPORT)

Just under a month after being injured in an attack on the team bus, Borussia Dortmund defender Marc Bartra is back in full training. (REPORT)

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says there are no plans to sell Phillipe Coutinho despite rumored interest from Barcelona. (REPORT)

Newcastle United will use “every last penny” to make sure Rafael Benitez stays on as manager. (REPORT)

Goalkeeper Keylor Navas is hoping to stay at Real Madrid for “many years to come”. (REPORT)

Hector Bellerin’s agent says Barcelona has yet to make a formal offer for the Arsenal fullback. (REPORT)


Late goals from Tosaint Ricketts led Toronto FC to a comeback win over the Columbus Crew. (READ)

The NASL is set to expand into Orange County in 2018. (READ)

A look at Maryland forward Eryk Williamson, who is looking to shine once again with the U.S. Under-20 Men’s National Team at the upcoming World Cup. (READ)

Eric Lichaj earned honors as Nottingham Forest’s Player of the Season. (READ)

SBI asks which MLS newcomer has impressed most to start the season. (READ)

A competition pitting Liga MX sides against MLS teams is reportedly close to coming to fruition. (READ)


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