In what may be one of his final games in the famous blue and garnet of Barcelona, Neymar provided an inkling of the giant hole he will leave at Camp Nou. The Brazil international struck just after the half-hour mark against Manchester United at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland, on Wednesday evening. It was the only goal of the game as Barcelona defeated a below-par United 1-0.
Arsenal have gone blue. The Gunners released their new away jersey on Thursday ahead of the preseason Emirates Cup tournament kicking off this weekend. With Arsene Wenger‘s men previously unveiling their third kit on their tour of Australia earlier this month, this light blue number will be their main alternate jersey for the upcoming campaign. London rivals Chelsea and Tottenham have had similar color kits in the past, so cue plenty of banter on social media. After Manchester City unveiled a bright cerise colored away kit, Liverpool went for an luminous orange jersey and Manchester United released a grey and white shirt, this jersey is a little more subtle. It kind of looks like a goalkeeper
Shane – the son of Barcelona and Netherlands great Patrick Kluivert – has signed with Nike after confirming the deal to his 120,000 Instagram followers. Patrick enjoyed a storied career, winning the Eredivisie, Champions League, Super Cup and LaLiga after playing for Ajax, Barcelona and AC Milan, while 18-year-old son Justin is making a name for himself at the Dutch giants – helping the club to the Europa League final last season. Now Shane – on the books of Paris Saint-Germain where Patrick was previously director of football – is following in the footsteps of his father and brother after his deal with the sportswear giant.