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Tuesday Kickoff: Arteta emerges as Arsenal candidate, Ancelotti offered Italy job and more

Managers serve as headliners for Tuesday morning’s news.

Arsenal CEO Ivan Gazidis reportedly wants to hire Mikel Arteta as the club’s next manager, but meetings are reportedly set for this week to discuss candidats. (REPORT)

Ernesto Valverde is reportedly considering stepping down at Barcelona. (REPORT)

Carlo Ancelotti has reportedly been offered the Italy job. (REPORT)

Manchester City is reportedly set to pursue Napoli’s Jorginho. (REPORT)

Borussia Dortmund has stated interest in signing Michy Batshyuayi, and the forward is also reportedly interested by the move. (REPORT)

Manchester United will reportedly look to sign Danny Rose this summer. (REPORT)

After earning a suspension for the final three games of the season, RB Leipzig’s Emil Forsberg fueled transfer rumors by tweeting “Thanks for Everything”. (REPORT)


Johnny Russell headlines the Best of MLS. (READ)

NYCFC is taking the team’s first loss as a “wakeup call”. (READ)

Attacking efficiency and defensive discipline helped the Timbers top NYCFC. (READ)

Sweden’s coach told Zlatan Ibrahimovic to call him if he wants to discuss a World Cup role. (READ)

Tim Ream earned honors by being named to the Team of the Week. (READ)

Chivas players have criticized the club’s front office ahead of the CCL final second leg. (READ)

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