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Hector Herrera Reportedly Agrees Personal Terms With Napoli

Mexico international Hector Herrera could be on his way to Napoli, if reports from Calciomercato are to be believed. The midfielder, who currently plays for Porto in the Portuguese Primeira Liga, has reportedly agreed to personal terms with the Vesuviani and the deal currently hinges on whether the two clubs can reach an agreement on price. 

AFA President Says Argentina Will Not Be Forced To Withdraw From Copa America

Argentina will play in the Copa America Centenario despite earlier claims that a government investigation could cause the AFA to pull out of the competition. In a press conference on Tuesday following an emergency meeting of the AFA executive board, president Luis Segura said there was no possibility of Argentina being forced to miss the tournament.

Olympiakos and Mexico Striker Alan Pulido Found Safe After Kidnapping

Alan Pulido has been found safe by Mexican authorities, Reuters reported.

Armando Pulido, the brother of Mexico and Olympiakos striker Alan Pulido, confirmed to Mediotempo that his brother was kidnapped in the city of Victoria in Tamaulipas, Mexico on Saturday. 

England-France Shows Why Sport Is The 'Most Important Least Important Thing'

England vs. France was more than a game because it was just a game. 

When the legions of fans who packed Wembley Stadium burst into the French national anthem, nobody cared what the outcome of the game was going to be. 

Breaking: Germany-Netherlands Canceled Because Of Truck Bomb Discovered Outside Stadium

The Germany vs. Netherlands friendly that was supposed to take place today has been cancelled, and the stadium evacuated, because officials reportedly discovered a "concrete plan" to detonate a bomb inside the stadium, The Guardian reported.

“We have received concrete information that someone was planning to set off explosives inside the stadium,” Hannover police chief Volker Kluwe told German news agency DPA.

Large-Scale Terror Attack Unfolds Outside Germany-France Friendly

At least 40 people have been reported killed (some reports put this number as high as 140) in multiple terror attacks that took place near and during the Germany-France friendly at the Stade de France in Germany. The attack featured several explosive devices, one of which could be heard by spectators and players in the match.