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Thursday Kickoff: Totti, Manchester, Iniesta and more

One of the game’s legends is set to move on while two of the world’s elite clubs have come together to support their city.

Francesco Totti confirmed he will leave Roma at the end of the season. (REPORT)

Manchester United and Manchester City combined to donate £1 million to victims of the Manchester bomb attack. (REPORT)

Andres Iniesta is unsure of his future with Barcelona. (REPORT)

Willian says he will remain with Chelsea despite reported interest from Manchester United. (REPORT)

The Chinese FA is implemented a foreign players tax in an effort to calm the transfer market. (REPORT)

Jurgen Klopp says there will be talks with Daniel Sturridge over the forward’s future at the club. (REPORT)

Norwich City has appointed former Borussia Dortmund II manager Daniel Farkes to the same position. (REPORT)

Jose Angel Ziganda has been named Atletico Bilbao manager. (REPORT)

Eintracht Frankfurt’s Guillermo Varela will miss the DFB Pokal final due to a tattoo infection. (REPORT)

Goalkeeper Victor Valdes will leave Middlesbrough this summer. (REPORT)


Manchester United topped Ajax to win the Europa League final. (READ)

Josh Sargent is reportedly set to sign with Werder Bremen when he turns 18. (READ)

Gedion Zelalem will miss an extended period of time due to an ACL injury. (READ)

Bobby Wood is reportedly set to sign a new deal with Hamburg. (READ)

Costa Rica tied Portugal while Zambia booked a spot in the knockout round to headline Wednesday’s U-20 World Cup action. (READ)

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