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Tuesday Kickoff: Chelsea attempt to offload Torres; Napoli in for Fellaini; and more

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By DAN KARELL

With the signing of Didier Drogba late last week, Chelsea are left with a conundrum.

The club are only allowed to register 17 foreign players over the age of 21 and the club currently has 18 players vying for a spot. As such, manager Jose Mourinho has confirmed that he will look to sell one of his foreign players, with forward Fernando Torres at the top of the list.

Donovan, Galaxy thrash Sounders

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By JASON MITCHELL

SEATTLE It was billed as matchup of two elite MLS teams, but only one showed up.

The LA Galaxy came into Seattle on Monday night and ran the Seattle Sounders off their own field, scoring three first-half goals en route to a 3-0 romp in front of 39,304 at CenturyLink Field.

Monday Evening Ticker: Ronaldinho leaves Mineiro; Messi tax trial gets go ahead; and more

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By RYAN TOLMICH

Legendary Brazilian attacker Ronaldinho is on the hunt for a new club.

The 2005Ballon d'Or winner and Atletico Minero have mutually agreed to part ways,ending the 34-year-old's time with the Brazilian club. The former AC Milan and Barcelona star joined Atletico from fellow Brazilian side Flamengo in 2012 and led the team to a Copa Libertadores victory the following year.

MLS Ticker: Espindola returns to full training; Lade loaned to Cosmos; and more

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By DAN KARELL

D.C. United has been dealing with some injury issues in the last four weeks but they received some good news on Monday.

Forward Fabian Espindola returned to full training this week after missing the last four league matches with a medial collateral ligament strain in his right knee.

Green excited to build off World Cup experiences with FC Bayern in USA

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By DAN KARELL

In just a matter of days, Julian Green will be playing soccer in the United States for the second time this summer. Only this time, he'll be wearing a different jersey.

Green returned to training with Bayern Munich on Mondayafter taking three weeks off for vacation and is expected to play in both Bayern matches on their U.

NWSL Week 16: A Look Back

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By SARAH HALLETT

If the Portland Thorns FC wanted to test how good they are just a few weeks shy of the playoffs-they received quite the wakeup call on Sunday afternoon with a 5-0 loss to the top ranked Seattle Reign FC.

Boyd sidelined for ten weeks with knee injury

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By DAN KARELL

Terrence Boyd's season debut with RB Leipzig has been pushed back at least two months.

The U.S. Men's National Team forward suffered a partially torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in a friendly match on Saturday during RB Leipzig's friendly match against English Premier League club Queens Park Rangers.

The SBI Show: Episode 153 (Talking MLS, Gedion Zelalem, and more)

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By IVES GALARCEP

After a three-week layoff, the SBI Show is back, and we have plenty to discuss in the first show after the 2014 World Cup.

Episode 153 of The SBI Show touches on a wide array of topics, from the World Cup, to the recent blockbuster signings in MLS, to the latest on Gedion Zelalem and Freddy Adu.

Monday Kickoff: Lewandowski impresses coaches, teammates; PSG close in on Di Maria; and more

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By DAN KARELL

Robert Lewandowski is quickly winning over both teammates and coaches at Bayern Munich.

The Polish international forward, who joined Bayern this summer on a free transfer from rivals Borussia Dortmund, scored three goals in two days as Bayern took home the Telekom Cup, a preseason tournament hosted in Hamburg.

Americans Abroad: Weekend Rewind

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By FRANCO PANIZO

Joe Corona may not have helped Club Tijuana avoid a second straight defeat to start the season, but he likely helped his cause for more starts with a strong performance.

Corona helped set up a penalty kick for Tijuana that marked the opener in their visit to Club America on Saturday, but Xolos conceded twice in the second half en route to sufferinga 2-1 loss that dropped them to 0-2 in the Apertura campaign.

Valeri’s late winner propels Timbers past Impact

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By MIKE DONOVAN

In the same week he was named to the MLS All-Star Team, Diego Valeri delivered a game-winning blast that propelled the visiting Portland Timbers to a 3-2 victory over the Montreal Impact.

Valeri's strike was the difference after a four-goal first half that saw Will Johnson and Maxi Urruti score in a six-minute span for Portland while Andres Romero and Maxim Tissot had the goals for Montreal at a rain-soaked Stade Saputo.

Mattocks scores in third straight in Whitecaps draw with FC Dallas

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By RYAN TOLMICH

Vancouver Whitecaps Daren Mattocks netted his third in as many games, but it wasn't enough for the Whitecaps to get more than their tenth draw of the season.

The Whitecaps and FC Dallas played to a 2-2 draw Sunday at BC Place behind goals from Mattocks, Blas Perez, Michel and Pedro Morales.

Amid retirement talk, Petke, Wenger say Henry still has it

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By RYAN TOLMICH

When Red BullHead of Global Football Gerard Houllier announced yesterday that he believed that New York Red Bulls forward Thierry Henry was leaning towards retirement, many were left surprised by the news.

Count Henry himself, who has stated he is undecided on retirement throughout thisseason, among those that were caught off guard by Houllier's declaration.

Summer Friendly Rewind: Tottenham beats Fire, Villa downs Dynamo, and more

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By RYAN TOLMICH

In what was most likely his last game on home soil, Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Brad Friedel emerged victorious.

The American goalkeeper played 78 minutes and kept a clean sheet in club's last stateside friendly, as Spurs knocked off the Chicago Fire 2-0.

Zelalem still undecided about national team future

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By IVES GALARCEP

When Gedion Zelalem took the field as a starter for Arsenal in Saturday's friendly against the New York Red Bulls, there were plenty of U.S. Men's National Team fans watching and hoping to get a glimpse at a future U.S. national team star.

Whether Zelalem actually plays for the United States is still very much up in the air though, and Zelalem made that very clear when he addressed questions about his national team future after Arsenal's 1-0 loss to the New York Red Bulls.