1. Galaxy hopeful of landing Gonzalez
LA Galaxy general manager Dennis te Kloese said on learn how to play poker online
Tuesday that he hoped the club would be able to land Giancarlo Gonzalez from Italian club Bologna.
Te Kloese told the MLS website that the Galaxy were hoping to make progress on the move "in the coming days."
"We hope so. We’ve been very busy and there’s a lot of work that goes into rules and regulations in MLS with being able to bring in a player like him or other players on the allocation list. We hope to and we trust we can make some progress in the coming days,” he said.
“I think we should be OK, but it’s always a work in progress,” he added.
2. Real Madrid have started house hunting for Hazard
Real Madrid are so sure they will land Chelsea's Eden Hazard this summer that the club have started house hunting for the winger.
The Sun claim that the posh suburb of Pozuelo is the area being searched for the Belgian's new home.
3. Man United stars could jump ship
Manchester United's stars are ready to jump ship if the club doesn't make the Champions League next season.
The Sun claims that players could face pay cuts up to 25 per cent should the Old Trafford side not qualify for Europe's top competition next season.
With Real Madrid in pursuit of Paul Pogba, the threat of losing the club's top midfielder will increase should he be forced to take lower wages with the Premier League side.
4. Montella set to take charge at Fiorentina
Vincenzo Montella is set to takeover at Fiorentina, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
The former Sevilla boss will take charge of his first training 188bet sign up offer
session Tuesday hacing signed a contract through 2020.
Montella previously managed the club from 2012-15 before moving to Sampdoria, Milan and, most recently, Sevilla.
5. Sounders sign 15-year-old midfielder
The Seattle Sounders have signed midfielder Danny Leyva as the club's 12th homegrown player.
Levya, a 15-year-old midfielder , was part of the U-17 squad that captured the 2017-2018 USSDA National Championship and has made five appearances for the Sounders' USL team.
"At this club we try to reward players that earn a roster spot within the group, and Danny Leyva is no exception. If a player is good enough, regardless of age, we will give him a look ,” said head coach Brian Schmetzer.
“The coaching staff feels he is ready to participate in all First Team training, and if he continues to work and progress we will include him in games. I am very pleased with his overall commitment to the club, his training habits, and his ability to understand the concepts we are trying to implement this year.
"He has a wonderful opportunity to work with sports betting online malaysia
Gonzalo Pineda, who mentored Cristian Roldan as a player, and play with the many talented players we currently have on the roster. Danny seems eager to learn and is a very coachable kid.”