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Stuttgart out to keep France's Pavard this summer

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2018/2019 Season

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1 Schalke 0 0 0 0
1 Stuttgart 0 0 0 0
1 Bremen 0 0 0 0
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 By Mark Lovell

Stuttgart determined not to sell France hero Benjamin Pavard this summer - sporting director

France fans in Noisy-Le Grand jumped to their feet following Benjamin Pavard's world-class strike which brought the French level.
Benjamin Pavard scored the goal of his life against Argentina, igniting France's come-from-behind win to send Les Blues to the quarterfinals.
World Cup: Benjamin Pavard (57') France 2-2 Argentina

Stuttgart are prepared to knock back any approaches this summer for defender Benjamin Pavard amid reports Bayern Munich will trigger the France international's €35 million release clause in 2019.

Currently impressing in defence for his country at the World Cup, Pavard, 22, is contracted until 2021 at the Bundesliga club. He scored a brilliant equaliser for France in their 4-3 round-of-16 victory over Argentina on Saturday.

"We make no secret of the fact that Benjamin has a release clause...

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U.S. international Julian Green seals permanent Greuther Furth transfer

Julian Green breaks down his first United States goal in nearly two years and the USMNT's overall performance in their draw with France.

United States international Julian Green has joined second-tier German side Greuther Furth, for whom he played on loan last season, from Stuttgart on a two-year deal.

Earlier this month, Stuttgart revealed that they hoped an agreement could be reached for a permanent transfer, which was announced on Sunday.

Green, 23, had said he was uncertain of what his future held after his one-year loan with the Shamrocks ended.

But the forward, who returned to the U.S. national team after an 18-month absence...

 By Mark Lovell

Holger Badstuber says he won't return to Stuttgart and prefers move abroad

Holger Badstuber spent last season with Stuttgart.

Defender Holger Badstuber wants to leave Stuttgart this summer to join a Champions League club, the Germany international has told Sport Bild.

Badstuber left Bayern Munich after the 2016-17 season to join his boyhood club Stuttgart on a one-year deal that is now set to expire.

The 29-year-old has played his entire career in Germany, but he said that he is interested in exploring a move to another country.

"Of course, [playing abroad] would be an experience that I would like to make at some stage....

Stuttgart hopeful U.S.'s Julian Green could return to Greuther Furth

Stuttgart are hopeful they can reach an agreement with German second-tier club Greuther Furth over the future of United States international Julian Green.

The forward, who turns 23 on Wednesday, said last month he was uncertain of his future after his one-year loan with the Shamrocks ended, but Stuttgart sporting executive Michael Reschke said Green could stay with Greuther Furth.

"I'd like to think that we can find a very good solution for all involved," Reschke said. "And that Julian will stay...

Julian Green's back in the U.S. fold and has a brighter future after loan

Julian Green speaks exclusively to ESPN FC about the 2014 World Cup, what he must do to get back into the USMNT fold and much more.
Former U.S. international Brian McBride backs Christian Pulisic's comments about a lack of focus being to blame for the USMNT missing the World Cup.

"There's no better moment than that."

Julian Green is talking about a goal. No, not that goal; not the one that he scored nearly four years ago for the U.S. against Belgium at the 2014 World Cup. Rather, he's speaking about the tally he recorded two weeks ago for club side Greuther Furth on the last day of the 2. Bundesliga season. The goal was enough for Furth to secure a 1-1 draw against FC Heidenheim, a result that allowed the Shamrocks to maintain their second division status for another...