As a long list of high-profile national teams continue to search for a suitable head coach, one of the world’s top managers has revealed that he is interested in jumping into the international coaching arena.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is reportedly interested in coaching in international soccer in the future. (REPORT)
Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui shot down rumors claiming Mexican national team midfielder Hector Herrera was a transfer target of Real Madrid’s. (REPORT)
Dutch side Ajax is reportedly asking for about 75 million euros from Barcelona for them to sign young standout Frenkie De Jong. (REPORT)
Manchester City became the second English club to break the £500m revenue barrier in their Premier League-winning season. (REPORT)
Tigres president has insisted there has been no contact from the Mexican federation in regards to Ricardo “Tuca” Ferretti joining El Tri on a permanent deal. (REPORT)
Clubs around the world spent a record $4.21 billion during the summer transfer window. (REPORT)
MLS announces that the 2019 All-Star Game will be played in Orlando. (READ)
Here’s a look ahead of the Americans Abroad this weekend. (READ)
SBI Question of the Day: Who would you like to see as the 2019 MLS All-Star Game opponent? (READ)
The U.S. Under-20 national team has been drawn in a group with Trinidad & Tobago, Puerto Rico, Suriname, St. Vincent and Grenadines and the U.S. Virgin Islands for November’s Concacaf U-20 Championship. (READ)
Schalke 04’s Weston McKennie has been diagnosed with a bruised knee. (READ)
What’s in store for this weekend’s soccer on TV? (READ)
Who could replace Gerardo Martino at Atlanta United? (READ)
Guardiola want to do some coaching on the international level. Well, there’s your next USMNT coach! (sarcasm, just kidding)
Yes bro you are on to something I agree.
hey sbi staff, what happened to your weekly coverage of the usl? with cincinnati and nashville making the jump to mls, american soccer viewers have more and more reason to follow the usl standings every week. and also with a bevy of mls’ers active in the usl on loans or for injury recovery or other assorted reasons, there is so much in the usl to keep the mls fan’s interest. please consider resuming your weekly usl coverage again.