Neymar continues to headline news while Mexico has been hit with yet another fine.
Amid rumors linking him to PSG, Neymar will not fly back to Barcelona after Saturday’s El Clasico in Miami. Rather, he will head to China for promotional obligations and he is not expected to discuss his future until after the trip. (REPORT)
Neymar was involved in a training ground incident with Nelson Semedo. (REPORT)
The Mexican football federation has been fined and warned again for offensive chants in home World Cup qualifiers against Honduras and the U.S. Men’s National Team last month.
Paulo Dybala says Juventus will decide his future as he has been linked with a move to Barcelona. (REPORT)
Liverpool is reportedly holding firm on not selling Coutinho as Barcelona continues to push for the signing. (REPORT)
Newcastle has signed midfielder Mikel Merino from Borussia Dortmund on loan for the season. (REPORT)
Radja Nainggolan has signed a new deal with Roma. (REPORT)
Bruce Arena is relishing yet another trophy, but he’s also looking ahead to the USMNT’s next tests. (READ)
After missing plenty of tournament action throughout his career, Jozy Altidore has found the Gold Cup win to be even more special. (READ)
SBI breaks down the USMNT’s 2-1 win over Jamaica. (READ)
Jordan Morris stepped up to make a major statement in the USMNT’s win. (READ)
The LA Galaxy fired Curt Onalfo and replaced him with Sigi Schmid. (READ)
LAFC has hired Bob Bradley as the club’s first head coach. (READ)
vive en el veinte uno! should be the response to the slur chant. It will catch on if the Mex federation orchestrates, perhaps with a friendly in Portland (not against team USA, though). Eventually, that response chant will take off at matches in Mexico. Translated, it means “live in the 21st!”…meaning century…meaning the slur chant is backwards and primitive.