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Monday Kickoff: Reus sets sights on 2018, Costa still wants Atletico move, and more

One oft-injured star’s return timetable has been confirmed while one of the game’s top forwards continues to push towards a new club.

Marco Reus will officially be out until 2018 after suffering yet another knee injury. (REPORT)

Diego Costa says he could still join Atletico Madrid despite the club’s transfer ban by joining a different club on loan until January. (REPORT)

Riyad Mahrez says Arsenal has yet to make an official bid to acquire his services. (REPORT)

Due to the current political situations involving Qatar, FIFA has removed a Qatari referee from working a match in the United Arab Emirates. (REPORT)

Joe Hart says he doesn’t believe Manchester City will price him out of a move to a new club. (REPORT)

Brazilian legend Roberto Carlos has denied allegations of doping. (REPORT)

Portuguese international Andre Silva is set to undergo a medical at AC Milan. (REPORT)

Bayern Munich finalized the signing of Serge Gnabry. (REPORT)

Thiago Motta is set to sign a one-year extension with Paris Saint-Germain. (REPORT)


The U.S. Men’s National Team earned a hard-fought point in a draw with Mexico. (READ)

Geoff Cameron earned honors as SBI USMNT Man of the Match. (READ)

England topped Venezuela to win the Under-20 World Cup. (READ)

Christen Press scored the lone goal to lead the U.S. Women’s National Team to a win over Norway. (READ)

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