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River Plate, Dortmund, Nacional And Now MLS: Where Will Luis Suárez Go?

This summer's Luis Suárez transfer saga has been all over the place, and reports now place the Uruguayan in MLS.

After two seasons at Atlético Madrid, Suárez became a free agent July 1 and it was time to look for a new club. Many suggested that a move back to South America would be ideal for the striker after a 16-year career abroad. However, with Qatar around the corner, Suárez preferred to remain in Europe to prepare for his last World Cup.

“My priority is to stay in Europe,” he said.

What Did Real Madrid And Club América Look Like The Last Time They Played In San Francisco?

Real Madrid and Club América play a friendly on Tuesday, July 26 as part of the Soccer Champions Tour 2022. The game takes place in San Francisco and marks the second time they've squared off in this city through five total historical meetings. 

The first time they faced off in the Golden City was on Aug. 4, 2010. A friendly at the now extinct Candlestick Park saw the teams preparing for the 2010-11 season with perhaps the most entertaining match of their short rivalry.

Tea Time With David Episode 22

This week's soccer news includes Americans transferring abroad to USWNT winning titles and the most skilled soccer tricks on social media. David is back and he gives you a rundown on the most important things that happened this summer in case you missed anything!

Fans Chant ‘Shakira, Shakira’ At Gerard Piqué Throughout El Clásico In Vegas

Gerard Piqué was persona non grata Saturday night in El Clásico at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas with Real Madrid supporters naturally jeering him, Barcelona fans only too aware of the problems caused by his massive salary and neutrals showing their support for Shakira following her recent split with the Barça defender.

Barcelona, $1 Billion In Debt, Can’t Stop Spending Money — How Is It Possible?

FC Barcelona’s money issues are no secret. The Spanish giant famously had to let Lionel Messi leave for PSG after a violation of LaLiga’s financial fair play rules. In March 2021, the club was technically bankrupt. Prior to the 2021-22 season, La Blaugrana were not able to register the salaries of Memphis Depay and Eric García until several players accepted wage deferments. All the while, Barcelona debt reached a reported $1.32 billion. 

Memphis Depay Sends Inter Miami's Damion Lowe To The Bahamas In Barça's 6-0 Stroll

Barcelona put on a show Tuesday night against an obliging Inter Miami at DRV PNK Stadium in Fort Lauderdale with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Raphinha, Ansu Fati, Gavi, Memphis Depay and Ousmane Dembélé scoring in a 6-0 result, although the real story was surely Romeo Beckham's senior debut for dad's team.   

Reports: MLS Golden Boot Winner Taty Castellanos Transferring To Girona FC

MLS Golden Boot winner Taty Castellanos will be making a move to Europe to join LaLiga side Girona FC, according to reports. 

Robert Lewandowski Joins Barça Teammates In Miami After $50M Transfer From Bayern

Robert Lewandowski wasted no time linking up with his new Barcelona teammates following Saturday's confirmation of a $50 million transfer from Bayern Munich on a three-year contract. Lewandowski landed in Miami on Sunday, created some content for the social channels and said hello to the squad during dinner.

The Five Biggest European Transfers From Summer 2022, Ranked

The summer 2022 transfer window has seen some major shakeups as some of the biggest names will call a new club home next season. This calls for a top five biggest summer transfers list.

Several things are taken into consideration to define what a “big” transfer means. Prominence, transfer fees, last season’s stats and the clubs that the player is transferring to and from are all taken into consideration.

If the player you wanted to see didn’t make the cut then perhaps they’re on the honorable mentions list at the bottom.

Is Cesc Fàbregas Still Playing? Yes Indeed — Spaniard Lands New Transfer

Cesc Fàbregas’ contract at AS Monaco is up and he although there’s practically nothing left for him to win, the Spaniard is still hungry for more, even if that means playing in the second-tier.

According to Gianluca Di Marzio, the 2010 World Champion will sign for Como, a team in the Italian Serie B. 

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