European clubs after Moutinho
Brooks headed to Saudi Arabia
John Brooks is set to sign with Saudi Arabian side Al Nar, reports Essex Live.
Brooks' new contract will expire in January 2025, with the defender set for a medical Friday before officially signing on.
Brooks left Wolfsburg after the conclusion of the Bundesliga season and now faces an uphill battle to play his way into Gregg Berhalter's plans ahead of the World Cup.
USMNT striker Hoppe completes transfer to Middlesbrough
U.S. men's national team striker Matthew Hoppe has completed his move to Middlesbrough, the club announced.
The striker joins from Mallorca as he looks to make a late push for a spot in the USMNT squad at the 2022 World Cup.
Andrelecht eyeing Jones
Dug a little deeper & can confirm #NERevs LB DeJuan Jones is among the list of targets being considered by Anderlecht as a replacement for Sergio Gomez— Chris Smith (@CJSmith91) August 9, 2022
Negotiations still in the very early stages, but Jones is keen on the move to boost #USMNT chanceshttps://t.co/16mse272XP
NYCFC starlet headed to Italy
NYCFC academy starlet Diego Rossi is in negotiations with Parma, reports Se Llama Soccer.
The 17-year-old fullback had previously participated in trials with Parma and Bayer Leverkusen.
Rossi has played for the U.S. U-19s and is also eligible for Puerto Rico and Italy.
Revs paying Lletget salary after FC Dallas trade
San Jose Earthquakes sign Rodrigues on Loan
San Jose Earthquakes have confirmed the signing of full-back Rodrigues on a 12 month loan from Gremio.
Hoppe to join Boro
Denis Bouanga Joins LAFC
LAFC have signed forward Denis Bouanga from French side Saint-Ètienne.
The 27-year-old scored 26 goals across 96 appearances in Ligue 1.
LAFC Co-President and General Manager John Thorrington said: “Denis is a proven attacker in the prime of his career and is an excellent complement to our group."
Benteke joins DC United
Benteke to join D.C. United?
The Euro forward D.C. United was deep in talks with, according to three sources:— Steven Goff (@SoccerInsider) August 5, 2022
Crystal Palace/Belgian striker Christian Benteke (a name first reported here a few days ago).
All three sources were optimistic a deal had been struck. Awaiting more information.
Tajouri-Shradi joins New England Revolution
Toronto sign Laryea from Nottingham Forest on loan
RSL add Ojeda from Nottingham Forest
Real Salt Lake have signed 22-year-old midfielder Briaian Ojeda on a one-year loan from Nottingham Forest.
The Paraguayan international is the first player RSL has added through the league's U-22 mechanism.
“Braian is a dynamic, two-way midfielder who will bring another option to our already talented group in the center of the pitch,” said RSL General Manager Elliot Fall. “He is a player hungry to compete and develop, while also bringing valuable international experience from his time with Nottingham Forest and Paraguay. We look forward to getting him on the ground in Salt Lake and competing for minutes soon.”
Coming to the RioT soon. pic.twitter.com/UlWynrXyxY— Real Salt Lake (@realsaltlake) August 4, 2022
Dynamo waive Pasher
The Houston Dynamo will waive forward Tyler Pasher, according to 90min.
The winger scored six goals in 39 appearances during his time with the club.
Costa Rican star set to sign with RSL
Real Salt Lake are set to sign Costa Rican international Bryan Oviedo, reports Kevin Jimenez.
The 32-year-old defender has 72 caps for his country and has played for Everton, Sunderland and, most recently, FC Copenhagen.
Benfica midfielder heading to Charlotte
Benfica midfielder Nuno Santos is set to sign with Charlotte FC, reports O Jogo.
Santos spent last season on loan with Pacos de Ferreira, with the 23-year-old having previously featured on loan for Morieirense and Boavista.
Internationally, he's represented Portugal up to the U-21 level.
LAFC to sign Gabon international
Source: Gabon international attacker Denis Bouanga to LAFC from Saint-Etienne is getting close. Reports in France say $5m fee. Would be a big signing. Transfer deadline is in seven hours.— Tom Bogert (@tombogert) August 4, 2022
Bouanga, 27, had 9g/6a in Ligue 1 last season. pic.twitter.com/h0AYwSUcu1
Puig signs with Galaxy
Riqui Puig has completed a transfer to the LA Galaxy as Barcelona's summer clear-out continues.
The Spanish midfielder had been unable to break into Xavi's first-team plans at Camp Nou and has now decided to pursue a new challenge in MLS.
Galaxy midfielder sold to Ligue 1 side
Charlotte make three moves
Charlotte FC have traded defender Christian Makoun to the New England Revolution for $400,000 in 2022 and 2023 General Allocation Money, the club announced.
In addition, Charlotte have signed defender Nathan Byrne, who most recently featured for Derby County and Wigan Athletic, as well as defender Adilson Malanda from Rodez.
Rodriguez linked with Club America
Club América is pushing for #LAFC’s Brian Rodríguez. He would welcome the move like mentioned last night. Cherundolo has told him & the F.O. that he doesn’t want to lose the Uruguayan. LAFC won’t accept a loan, just a “substantial sell”. Liga MX transfer window closes 09/05. pic.twitter.com/WmWagUGDN3— Michele Giannone (@MicheleG3) August 4, 2022
LAFC looking to revamp attack
LAFC still working on deals to potentially sign another attacker. As I've been reporting for a bit, still in for Gabon int'l Denis Bouanga from Saint-Etienne. Nothing done there yet.— Tom Bogert (@tombogert) August 4, 2022
And still nothing done between Revs and LAFC for Tajouri-Shradi, either. https://t.co/pnOAtqnqn5
Gonzalez set for Minnesota?
Mexican international Jonathan Gonzalez is set to join Minnesota United, reports Multimedios Deportes.
The midfielder will move to MLS on an initial six-month loan deal from Monterrey with Minnesota holding an option to buy.
Gonzalez famously opted to represent Mexico over the U.S. after representing the latter on the youth level and has earned three caps for El Tri so far.
FC Cincinnati in talks to sign Matt Miazga from Chelsea
Sources can confirm reports: FC Cincinnati in talks to sign USMNT center back Matt Miazga from Chelsea. Nothing done yet. Pushing to get it done on deadline day today.— Tom Bogert (@tombogert) August 4, 2022
Miazga, 27, would go through Allocation Order. Cincy have the top spot, this is why they’ve held that spot. pic.twitter.com/RHjIxEKRWf
LAFC in advanced talks to sign former Barcelona loanee Demir
Los Angeles FC consider Rapid Wien's Yusuf Demir a top target and seem to have entered the final stages of talks over his signing, according to Florian Plettenberg of Sky Sport Austria.
Demir, 19, spent the first half of last season on loan at Barcelona.
USMNT star Lletget traded to FC Dallas
Charlotte sign Brian Romero
Colorado Rapids confirm signing of Felipe Gutiérrez
LA Galaxy after Puig
The LA Galaxy are pushing to sign Barcelona youngster Riqui Puig, reports AS.
Puig has been told he won't be in Xavi's plans this season, and the Galaxy have made an offer to bring him to MLS on loan for the rest of the season.
The Galaxy and Barca have been in contact since discussing a deal for Sergi Roberto earlier this year.
Charlotte FC make Ramsey offer
Sources: Charlotte FC indeed have an offer out for Welsh national team star Aaron Ramsey. Daily Mail reports Ramsey is choosing between Charlotte and Nice.— Tom Bogert (@tombogert) July 30, 2022
Ramsey, 31, is a free agent after leaving Juventus. Charlotte have Ramsey’s Discovery Rights in MLS. pic.twitter.com/CDL3jCml5N
Charlotte move for Yueill
Charlotte made a run at Busio, and have now pivoted to another American with #USMNT experience.— Paul Tenorio (@PaulTenorio) July 29, 2022
Multiple sources say the expansion side has made a trade offer for San Jose Earthquakes' midfielder Jackson Yueill. The transfer/trade window closes Aug. 4.#forthecrown #VamosSJ pic.twitter.com/tq9S4xB0Ns
Reims bid for Cowell rejected
More #VamosSJ news:— Paul Tenorio (@PaulTenorio) July 29, 2022
San Jose turned down transfer bids for 18-year-old #USYNT winger Cade Cowell from French side Stade de Reims, per source.
Reims finished 12th in Ligue 1 in 21/22.
Cowell has 1 goal, 4 assists in 18 games (10 starts). Had 2G, 2A for U.S. U20s at CONCACAFs. pic.twitter.com/90GjOC1YmY
Austin sign Rigoni
Austin have announced an agreement to sign Emiliano Rigoni from Sao Paulo.
The 29-year-old joins the MLS team on a Designated Player contract until 2024, with options to extend in 2025 and 2026.
Gonzalez set for Minnesota United?
Minnesota United are in talks to sign central midfielder Jonathan Gonzalez from CF Monterrey, per source. Nothing imminent/close yet.— Tom Bogert (@tombogert) July 27, 2022
Gonzalez, 23, is a former US youth int'l, filed switch to Mexico and has three caps with El Tri. He's made 114 appearances with Rayados. pic.twitter.com/QQm1hIbHa4
D.C. United set to sign David Ochoa
D.C. United are set to sign Real Salt Lake goalkeeper David Ochoa - according to The Washington Post.
The 21-year-old has been locked out of the first team squad at Rio Tinto Stadium this season and is into the last year of his contract.
Salt Lake will receive general allocation money for Ochoa once the deal is confirmed, with an agrement between the two clubs now in place.
Charlotte's pursuit of Busio
Multiple sources told @samstejskal and me that expansion side Charlotte FC made a run at bringing Busio in on loan, but ultimately the Greensboro, N.C. native opted to stay at Venezia and, per Tom's reporting here, looks primed to ink an extension with the Italian side. https://t.co/4VY7X2eUHD— Paul Tenorio (@PaulTenorio) July 26, 2022
Timbers near deal for Colombian youngster
The Portland Timbers are set to sign Colombian youth international Juan David Mosquera, according to MLSSoccer.com.
The 19-year-old right back has made 59 appearances for Medellin, but will now head to MLS for a $1.9 million fee.
Villarreal attempted to highjack the deal late, but Mosquera will be headed to Portland to continue his career.
Ledezma could leave PSV on loan
Nothing decided yet for American midfielder Richie Ledezma at PSV. Loan still possible, not definite. Important to have regular minutes. Has impressed in preseason. Plenty of time to sort it.— Tom Bogert (@tombogert) July 21, 2022
Ledezma, 21, missed most of last year with an injury. One cap with USMNT so far. pic.twitter.com/SFIvDexqyY
FC Dallas to get big money on Richards transfer
With FC Dallas retaining 40% sell-on & getting around $6m up front here in addition to the $1.25m original fee, Chris Richards is 3rd-largest transfer in club history:— Tom Bogert (@tombogert) July 20, 2022
- Ricardo Pepi $20m
- Bryan Reynolds $8.5m
- Chris Richards $7.25m
- Carlos Gruezo $4.5m
- Tanner Tessmann $4m https://t.co/c9G91SI1S6
USMNT's Gioacchini signs with Orlando
Striker Nicholas GIoacchini has joined Orlando City, the club announced.
The USMNT forward has signed a two-and-a-half-year deal upon completing a move from Caen.
Gioacchini has scored three goals in eight caps for the USMNT, including five appearances at the Gold Cup last summer.
“[Orlando is] a place where I felt at home. A Club with a history of being very family-like and the fans…The fans, the stadium, it’s a place where there’s a lot of energy and that’s for sure a part of the reason I decided to come,” Gioacchini said. “[Playing in MLS is] one of the parts I’m most excited about. Coming home, that feeling of coming back to my home country and getting the experience to play against the rising MLS and being a part of it. That’s a great feeling.”
Richards set for Palace move
Chris Richards, now one step away from joining Crystal Palace on permanent deal from FC Bayern. Fee will be €15m with add-ons included, as @Plettigoal reported. Final details discussed. 🔴🇺🇸 #CPFC— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 20, 2022
There's full agreement on personal terms, Patrick Vieira wants Richards. pic.twitter.com/QHHC2dNWtv
Castellanos set for NYCFC farewell
Rigoni set for Austin FC?
"Yes there are clubs interested"— Chris Bils (@ChrisBils) July 18, 2022
"If he comes, he will be welcome."
Cecilio Domínguez's agent spoke to @TheStrikerNews on Monday. Sebastián Driussi spoke to The Striker about Emiliano Rigoni on Saturday. Here's the latest on the #AustinFC DP carousel.https://t.co/edM6ospKXh
DC United seal Morrison transfer
Source: D.C. United's deal to sign Jamaica international midfielder Ravel Morrison is done. Deal thru 2023.— Tom Bogert (@tombogert) July 18, 2022
Morrison, 29, reunites with Wayne Rooney in MLS after spending last year at Derby together. D.C. is the 14th club Morrison will play for (!). pic.twitter.com/4VhcJnHa9j
Whitecaps add Gressell from D.C.
The Vancouver Whitecaps have signed Julian Gressel from D.C. United, the club announced.
Gressel will cost the Whitecaps $900,000 in General Allocation Money (GAM), with $300,000 of that depending on if Gressel plays in just three MLS matches.
“We are always looking for opportunities to take our team to the next level and Julian is the perfect fit. He has been on our radar for a long time, and we are very happy we got this deal done,” said Axel Schuster, Whitecaps FC sporting director.
“Over the past five plus years in the league, Julian has proven to be one of the best players in MLS, regardless of position, and is a league leader in assists. His ability to cross the ball and to set up his teammates in good positions will add additional quality to our group. Not only this, but Julian plays with great intensity and brings the versatility to play as a midfielder, where he helped Atlanta win an MLS Cup. Overall, he is a fantastic player, and we are thrilled to welcome him and his family to Vancouver.”
TFC finalize Bernardeshi deal
Toronto FC have confirmed the signing of Italian international Federico Bernardeshi.
The former Juventus winger joins fellow Italy stars Lorenzo Insigne and Domenic Criscito in making the move to Toronto this summer.
USMNT and Bayern starlet Tillman joins Rangers on loan
Malik Tillman has joined Rangers on loan, with the Scottish club having the option to make the transfer permanent.
The young midfielder will be looking for first-team soccer as he hopes to seal a World Cup roster spot.
Moore set to join Nashville
Eales leaves Atlanta for Newcastle
Morrison set to sign with D.C.
Ravel Morrison, sources tell me, arrives in D.C. today. Club and player have agreed to terms, but deal isn't done yet — 2.5 year deal, 1.5 years guaranteed with a club option for the last year.— Pablo Iglesias Maurer (@MLSist) July 15, 2022
Salary number is around $850k per year, source familiar with negotiations tells me.
Bernardeschi heading to MLS
Federico Bernardeschi's set to join Toronto FC, now confirmed and here we go! Full verbal agreement in place, waiting for contracts to be signed. Federico will arrive in Toronto on Friday. 🛩🇨🇦 #TorontoFC— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 15, 2022
Third Italian signing after Insigne and Criscito for Toronto. #MLS pic.twitter.com/0gtXPiIa2C
Trusty set for loan away from Arsenal
Birmingham City are set to sign American defender Auston Trusty on loan from Arsenal, reports Birmingham Live.
The defender signed with Arsenal from the Colorado Rapids, which is also owned by Stan Kroenke.
The plan was always to loan out Trusty, who will spend the season with Birmingham.
Tillman set for Premier League loan?
Rooney wants Lingard at D.C. United (90min)
Wayne Rooney has held direct talks with Jesse Lingard for a possible move to DC United, as reported by 90min.
However, the forward has offers from West Ham and Everton in the Premier League.
D.C. United confirm Rooney hiring
USMNT icon Donovan among candidate for Quakes job
Landon Donovan is among the candidates for the San Jose Earthquakes coaching job, reports ESPN.
Five candidates are in contention as well as the current interim coaching staff led by Alex Covelo.
Donovan, who won two MLS Cups with the Quakes, is in his third season managing the San Diego Loyal in the USL Championship.
Toronto part ways with Salcedo
Toronto FC and Mexican international defender Carlos Salcedo have mutually agreed to part ways, the club announced.
Salcedo made 16 appearances during his half-season with the club.
“We’d like to thank Carlos for his efforts during a difficult time,” said Toronto FC President Bill Manning. “In the end, Carlos felt it was most important to return to Mexico to be with his wife and children. We fully support Carlos’ decision and wish him the best in the future.”
Chelsea set to sign Slonina
Chelsea have reached verbal agreement with Chicago Fire for Gabriel Slonina, after direct talks between Todd Boehly and MLS club. 10m deal plus add-ons, he'd stay at Chicago on loan. 🔵🇺🇸 #CFC— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 11, 2022
Chelsea are expected to submit official bid this week in order to get the deal done. pic.twitter.com/965dJHuI6w
St. Louis add Danish winger
St. Louis SC have signed Danish winger Isak Jensen, the club announced.
The 18-year-old winger has represented his country up to the U-19 level and previously played for SönderjyskE.
With the deal, he becomes the club's seventh signing ahead of their debut next season.
Rooney agrees terms to become D.C. United’s new boss
The Athletic reports that Wayne Rooney could be heading back to D.C. United after agreeing terms on a deal to become their new boss.
The Manchester United legend has severed ties with Derby County this summer and may now be heading back to MLS to link up with a side he spent two years with as a player.
Rooney in DC United talks
Inter Miami snap up Pozuelo from Toronto
Austin FC add Ecuadorian international
Austin FC have signed Ecuadorian winger Washington Corozo on a six-month loan, the club confirmed.
Corozo comes to MLS from Peruvian side Sporting Cristal, with Austin having the option of making the deal permanent.
The winger most recently played for Pumas on loan in Mexico, scoring eight goals in 44 appearances including both legs of the CONCACAF Champions League final earlier this year.
Lingard drawing MLS interest
Jesse Lingard is set to travel to the U.S. to hold discussions with multiple MLS clubs about the possibility of coming to the league, reports ESPN.
The former Manchester United midfielder is a free agent and has drawn interest from West Ham and Everton.
However, he is also the subject of interest from MLS in what has been described as "ground-breaking" deals.
USMNT star Adams completes £20m Leeds transfer from RB Leipzig
Toronto chasing another Italian international
Slonina to Chelsea in limbo?
Gabriel Slonina, always performing at top level in MLS. There was a verbal agreement in place with Chelsea for €10m - Chicago Fire waiting to see if after departure of Petr Cech the deal will collapse again. 🔵🇺🇸 #CFC— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 5, 2022
Slonina was already really close to Chelsea in January.
Revs sign DP from Juve
The New England Revolution have signed Giacomo VIroni from Juventus as a Designated Player, the club announced.
The 23-year-old made two appearances for Juve's first team and featured for the club's U-23 side in Serie C before joining Austrian side WSG TIrol on loan for the 2021-22 campaign.
“I am excited to start this next chapter of my life and career in Boston and Major League Soccer with the New England Revolution,” Vrioni said. “I have seen many talented players come from Europe and thrive in MLS, which is why I believe this is the right time to take this step in my career. I look forward to meeting all my new teammates, coaches, and the Revolution supporters soon.”
Yow completed move to Belgium
D.C. United's Griffin Yow has completed a move to join KVC Westerlo in Belgium, the MLS club confirmed.
The 19-year-old midfielder played 36 games in all competitions for D.C. United after signing as a Homegrown player in 2019.
“We want to thank Griffin for his years of commitment to the club starting as an academy player,” Lucy Rushton, D.C. United General Manager, said.
“He was one of the first Homegrowns to prosper from our Pathway 2 Pro program after getting his foothold in professional soccer by playing important minutes with our USL Championship side, Loudoun United FC. We wish him all the best in the next chapter of his career.”
Everton rival Leeds for USMNT star Adams
Leeds are still looking into a loan deal with RB Leipzig for United States international Tyler Adams, but CBS Sports claims that they face competition for the 23-year-old midfielder.
Everton are also said to be keen, while La Liga side Sevilla may yet join the race for the USMNT star.
Vela sends Bale LAFC warning
Gareth Bale will "have to come to work" if he wants to make a success of his new start in MLS, warns Los Angeles FC forward Carlos Vela as his new team-mate prepares for life in California.
Adams set for Leeds loan?
Tyler Adams could depart RB Leipzig on loan this summer, reports the Athletic.
Leeds are eyeing a move for Adams to replace Kalvin Phillips, who is set to join Manchester City.
Leipzig are willing to let Adams go on a temporary basis with a view to a permanent move.
Pyndath signs with AZ
Pefok signs with Union Berlin
USMNT striker Jordan Pefok has signed with Union Berlin, the club confirmed.
Pefok will head to the Bundesliga to join a team that competed at the very top of the league as he now looks to seal a spot on the World Cup roster this fall.
Inter Miami sign French winger Jean
Inter Miami have signed French attacker Corentin Jean from RC Lens, the club have announced.
Suarez not on LAFC's radar
Luis Suarez is not on LAFC's radar as they've instead set their sights on another striker, according to Univision.
Aston Villa's Trezeguet is instead their main target, although little progress has been made in negotiations.
The club, though, is determined to sign a striker after recently adding Gareth Bale and Giorgio Chiellini.
Steffen set for Boro loan
USMNT goalkeeper Zack Steffen is set to join Middlesbrough on loan, according to the Manchester Evening News.
With Man City set to bring in Stefan Ortega to back up Ederson, Steffen will join Boro in an effort to secure first-team opportunities ahead of the World Cup.
Steffen has played 21 games for City across the last two seasons but only one in each campaign in the Premier League
Spezia join Hull in race to sign Wright
Serie A side Spezia have joined Hull City in the race to sign Haji Wright this summer, according to Sky Sports.
Wright is drawing lots of interest after starring for Antalyaspor in Turkey as he scored 14 goals for the Super Lig club.
Clubs chasing USMNT star Busio
Gianluca Busio update: I'm told numerous clubs — including Sassuolo, Vitesse, Parma, Empoli & more —have had talks for a Busio loan (relegation release clause, below). Ajax even made an inquiry (probably unlikely).— Tom Bogert (@tombogert) June 27, 2022
A new contract to stay at Venezia is possible, too. Still early. https://t.co/ST9YzbfkT8 pic.twitter.com/h5EAeOa4d4
Bale confirms LAFC move
Toronto FC after another Italian star
Toronto FC now are set to announce Genoa’s left back Domenico Criscito as their next signing, done deal after agreement collapsed last March. 🇮🇹🇨🇦 @SkySport #TorontoFC— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) June 24, 2022
Full agreement reached - another Italian player is joining MLS side Toronto after Lorenzo Insigne.
St. Louis add German DP
St. Louis FC have signed German youth international Eduard Lowen as a Designated Player, the club confirmed.
Lowen has represented Germany at the U-20, U-21 and U-23 levels and has featured for FC Nuremberg, Hertha Berlin, Augsburg and VfL Bochum during his career.
“We are excited to add a quality player like Eduard to our squad,” said Sporting Director Lutz Pfannenstiel.
“The experience he has already acquired at his age will be crucial for our team and he will bring structure and strategy in the center of our midfield. His physical attributes and leadership qualities are two strong parts to why he fits perfectly in our DNA. Eduard is a box-to-box player and an important piece to the spine of the squad.”
Man City eye Steffen replacement
Zack Steffen could depart Manchester City this summer and the club is already making contingency plans.
GOAL can confirm that the club is eyeing Stefan Ortega to be Ederson's backup if Steffen were to leave.
Steffen played in the FA Cup and Carabao Cup last season, but is battling Matt Turner for the USMNT's No. 1 spot.
Earthquakes defender earning European interest ahead of World Cup
San Jose Earthquakes centre back Francisco Calvo could leave the club this summer. European clubs have asked for conditions, including Konyaspor interested in bringing him to Turkish football. 🇺🇸🇹🇷 #transfers— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) June 22, 2022
Calvo will also play the World Cup with Costa Rica.
Liverpool not interested in Pulisic deal
Liverpool are not looking at Christian Pulisic as a 'Mane replacement'. They already have Núñez. With Origi Milan-bound another attacking option could still be considered, but I am told it won't be Pulisic.— Ben Jacobs (@JacobsBen) June 22, 2022
Turkish champions keeping tabs on Wright
USMNT forward Haji Wright is drawing interest from Turkish side Trabzonspor, according to Fanatik.
Trabzonspor won the Super Lig last season, booking a spot in the Champions League as a result, and the club is targeting Wright to provide some goals to their attack.
The 24-year-old striker scored 14 goals in 31 league appearances while on loan at Antalyaspor, earning him additional links with Hull City.
Fiorentina monitoring Musah situation at Valencia
Fiorentina are keeping a close eye on USMNT midfielder Yunus Musah, according to Tuttosport.
Valencia's financial position could force the club to sell stars like Jose Gaya, Carlos Soler or Goncalo Guedes, all of whom would be indispensable if not for the club's current situation.
Musah is also among those players, with Fiorentina keeping a close eye on the situation ahead of a potential offer.
MLS clubs eyeing former Red Bulls star
Sources: Atletico Mineiro forward Fabio is among discussions for some MLS clubs. Available for a free loan + purchase option, as Mineiro okay to let him leave.— Tom Bogert (@tombogert) June 20, 2022
Fabio, 25, spent 2021 with the New York Red Bulls, with 7g/7a. No official talks with RBNY about a return, per sources. pic.twitter.com/T2sSXAIcci
Official: Columbus Crew lands Cucho Hernandez
Atlanta United signs Raul Gudino
Adams targeted by Leeds
Tyler Adams is the latest American being targeted by Leeds, according to Sky Sports.
Jesse Marsch has already signed Brenden Aaronson, who he managed at RB Salzburg, and now the coach is turning to Adams, who he managed with the New York Red Bulls.
Other Premier League clubs are also showing interest, and Leipzig would be willing to sell if the offer was right.
Crew set to sign Watford star
Wright linked with Hull move in wake of USMNT debut
Haji Wright is being linked with Hull City after making his USMNT debut this summer.
According to Hull Live, the American striker is drawing interest from the Tigers after starring for Turkish side Antalyaspor this past season.
Wright scored nine goals in the last 10 games of his club season and recently scored a penalty on his USMNT debut.
USMNT fullback Reynolds set for Belgium move
USMNT fullback Bryan Reynolds is set to sign with Belgian side Weterlo on a season-loan loan from Roma, reports MLSSoccer.com.
The deal includes a purchase option of €7 million ($7.3m), with FC Dallas retaining a sell-on percentage.
The 20-year-old spent last season on loan with KV Kortrijk after managing only six apearances for Roma with only one coming since Jose Mourinho took over.
Richards drawing interest from Premier League and La Liga
USMNT defender Chris Richards is drawing interest from Southampton, Crystal Palace and Valencia, reports CBS Sports.
Bayern are prepared to sell the defender, but only for a fee of around $15.8 million (€15 million).
Bayern will also demand a buyback clause as the defender looks set to move on after making 10 senior appearances for the club.
Scottish winger returns to Colorado
American youngster Llanez set for another loan
American youngster Uly Llanez is set to spend another season on loan with St. Polten, the club confirmed.
Llanez played 27 games for the club last season, scoring six goals while providing five assists while on loan from Wolfsburg.
St. Polten director Jan Schlaudraff said: “Ulysses has proven his value for the team in many games over the past few months and has shown that he has great potential.
"We are therefore very pleased that he has decided to develop with us for another year and to recommend him for higher tasks."
Horvath's Forest future in doubt
Ethan Horvath's future at Nottingham Forest is in doubt as the club looks to bring in Manchester United's Dean Henderson on loan, GOAL can confirm.
Horvath hinted that he could leave the club while on USMNT duty, saying that his future is undecided.
And he'd almost certainly look to move on if a deal for Henderson is completed as he looks to lock down a more consistent role after serving as a backup primarily during Forest's promotion season.