☕ Morning Recap: A look at Futaa’s top stories from yesterday

Antonio Rudiger confirmed that he will leave Chelsea at the end of the current season, while FIFA has appointed three women’s referees before the next 2022 World Cup.

What also happened? Let’s take a look below;

FIFA names three women references to the list of Qatar 2022 officials

The International Football Association Board (FIFA) announced on Thursday that Stephanie Frappart of France, Rwanda Salima Mukansanga and Yoshimi Yamashita of Japan, in a historic precedent, were among 36 referees to officiate the World Cup in Qatar. [Full story]

Barcelona in advanced talks to sign Alonso from Chelsea

Spanish giants Barcelona are in ‘advanced talks’ over a deal to sign Marcos Alonso from Chelsea this summer. [Full story]

Dortmund coach Marco Rose sacked after one season in charge

Borussia Dortmund coach Marco Rose has been sacked after just one season of responsibility, the club has confirmed. [Full story]

Liverpool striker Origi agrees to personal terms with AC Milan

Liverpool striker Divock Origi is set to join AC Milan once his contract expires this summer. [Full story]

Antonio Rudiger confirms Chelsea departure

Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger has confirmed that he will leave the Blues at the end of the season. [Full story]

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