Sporting Digest: Football

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The Independent Online
Kasey Keller, likely to be the goalkeeper for the United States at the World Cup, is ready to leave England for one of the Continent's four top leagues. Keller, 28, in his sixth season in England and his second with Premier League team Leicester, said yesterday he will move to Spain, France, Italy or Germany if he gets the right offer.

Georgi Kinkladze has been told to get fit before he can be considered for a Manchester City first-team place after the collapse of his move to Ajax.

Notts County's Gary Jones, leading scorer with 21 goals in the Third Division, has agreed a new two-year contract.

Arrigo Sacchi, former coach of the Italian national team, could be heading for a new job as manager of Paris Saint-Germain. PSG officials met with Sacchi after Sunday's match between Juventus and Lazio, in Rome and said they had "fruitful" talks.

Hopes of the injured Spanish keeper Andoni Zubizarreta reaching his fourth World Cup got a boost yesterday when tests showed he could be back before the eight weeks initially forecast.

Australia will host the 1998 Oceania Nations Cup.