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Leipzig coy over Upamecano deal

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St. Polten match abandoned after two teammates fight over taking a penalty

SKN St. Polten have said they will review the incident.

A friendly between Austrian Bundesliga club SKN St. Polten and lower-league side SC Mannsdorf was abandoned after a fight on the pitch broke out between two teammates.

St. Polten were winning 2-1 when they were awarded a penalty in the 83rd minute, leading to a brawl between club captain Daniel Segovia and his teammate Alhassane Keita over who was taking the spot kick.

Keita, who joined St. Polten ahead of the season, hoped to take the penalty and claimed the ball but Segovia reacted furiously,...

Jesse Marsch on RB Salzburg rumors: 'I'm the N.Y. Red Bulls coach, period'

Sacha Kljestan tells ESPN FC's Taylor Twellman that Jesse Marsch told him he had to play like an MVP to help the Red Bulls.

LOS ANGELES, California -- New York Red Bulls manager Jesse Marsch categorically denied that he was offered the managerial position at Red Bull Salzburg and insisted that he will remain the Red Bulls' manager.

It was reported earlier this week that Marsch wouldn't attend the MLS Player Combine due to meetings with owners Red Bull. It was later reported that he was being offered the managerial job at Red Bull Salzburg and that assistant coach Chris Armas would be taking his place. Yet the reports...

Dayot Upamecano completes move to RB Leipzig from Red Bull Salzburg

Dayot Upamecano was linked with a number of top European clubs.

RB Leipzig have signed defender Dayot Upamecano from Red Bull Salzburg on a contract until 2021.

Upamecano, 18, made 21 appearances for Salzburg in all competitions this term, and was linked with a host of other clubs including Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Arsenal and Manchester United.

However, the Frenchman has opted to join Leipzig for a reported fee of €10 million plus add-ons, becoming the ninth player in total to leave Salzburg for their sister club. Both sides are funded by...

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Red Bulls say Jesse Marsch to remain with MLS team amid Salzburg links

Jesse Marsch and Bradley Wright-Phillips
Jesse Marsch will remain in MLS as the coach of the New York Red Bulls, the team says.

The New York Red Bulls say Jesse Marsch will remain as head coach amid reports he would shift to become manager of Austrian club Red Bull Salzburg.

On Wednesday, Goal.com reported that Marsch was headed to Salzburg, while MLSSoccer.com said the teams -- both owned by the soft drink corporation -- were in "seious talks."

But the MLS team released a statement on Twitter on Thursday that said Marsch would remain in the United States.

"Jesse Marsch will be traveling to Los Angeles today to join the...

RB Leipzig coy over move for Red Bull Salzburg's Dayot Upamecano

Three first-half goals cemented Bayern Munich's spot atop the Bundesliga, as they routed 10-man Leipzig.
Carlo Ancelotti praises Bayern Munich's performance in their dominant victory over 10-man Leipzig.
Dayot Upamecano is reportedly closing in on a move to RB Leipzig.

RB Leipzig are remaining coy over reports that they are closing in on a move for Red Bull Salzburg defender Dayot Upamecano.

Upamecano, 18, has decided to make the switch to Germany, football magazine kicker reported, saying that Leipzig will pay more than €10m to Salzburg for him.

Both clubs are funded by soft drinks company Red Bull, but Leipzig sporting director Ralf Rangnick told kicker: "There are no new facts.

"We can only announce it once there have either been handshakes or contracts...