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Wednesday Kickoff: Real Madrid confident with Ronaldo, WADA investigates Russian players and more

Cristiano Ronaldo’s future still remains a mystery, but Real Madrid isn’t worried about losing their star.

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez says he is not concerned that Cristiano Ronaldo will look to leave Real Madrid. (REPORT)

The World Anti-Doping Agency has reported 155 samples related to Russian players to FIFA as part of a potential doping scandal. (REPORT)

Japanese club Tokyo Verdy is interested in signing Francesco Totti. (REPORT)

Despite recent transfer talk, Anthony Martial took to Twitter to see “the rumors are false” regarding his Manchester United exit. (REPORT)

Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez says he isn’t leaving the club. (REPORT)

New Crystal Palace boss Frank De Boer says he will look at the club’s needs before making a move for Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho. (REPORT)

Bayern Munich winger Kingsley Coman was taken into police custody on Monday over alleged domestic violence. (REPORT)


Eric Lichaj is looking to take his Gold Cup chance with the U.S. Men’s National Team after several years of inconsistent call-ups. (READ)

Dom Dwyer is “delighted” to have the chance to represent the USMNT. (READ)

The Philadelphia Union are poised to bounce back during the Gold Cup window. (READ)

Cyle Larin was cleared to participate in team activities after participating in the league’s substance abuse program. (READ)

SBI looks at Ben Sweat and his long road to the NYCFC backline. (READ)

San Jose Earthquakes GM Jesse Fioranelli has faith in Chris Leitch as Dom Kinnear’s successor. (READ)

Jurgen Klinsmann dismissed links to the Sunderland job. (READ)

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