Transfers

Why Joe Hart's Torino Move Is Good For England

I have a theory as to one reason (of many) the England National Team tends to underperform in major tournaments: the players all play in the same league. Every England international plays in the Premier League. One might argue this breeds familiarity and is therefore good for the national team, but I think it leads to a lack of stylistic variety in the team and makes the payer pool stagnant. It's basically like inbreeding, is what I'm saying.

Cody Gakpo strike is the fastest goal at the 2022 World Cup

Cody Gakpo is making quite the name for himself on the world’s biggest stage thanks to a pair of great goals in Holland’s first two matches. He’s continued his incredible club form with the national team and the 23-year-old is showing no signs of stopping. 

Cristiano Ronaldo officially leaves Man United — where's he headed next?

After Saudi Arabia's historic upset of Argentina at the World Cup on Tuesday morning, Lionel Messi became the trending topic around the world with everyone only interested in discussing his performance and team's future. Cristiano Ronaldo can't be having that.

19-year-old American Paxten Aaronson transfers to Bundesliga for $4 million plus add-ons

The Philadelphia Union agreed to transfer homegrown midfielder Paxten Aaronson on Thursday to German side Eintracht Frankfurt of Bundesliga for a multimillion-dollar transfer fee.

The Union will also retain a percentage of any future transfer fees for Aaronson, who will join Frankfurt in January.

Philadelphia Union and USYNT midfielder Paxten Aaronson set to join Eintracht Frankfurt in Bundesliga

Philadelphia Union’s homegrown talent Paxten Aaronson will have one game left with the club, the MLS Cup Final, before he heads to Europe to join Eintracht Frankfurt in January.

The 19-year-old attacking midfielder will join the Bundesliga club on a deal reportedly worth around $4 million. MLSSoccer.com’s Tom Bogert was the first to break the news.

Tigres mete la cola y podría poner en pausa el sueño europeo de Alexis Vega

Pese a que renovó su contrato con Chivas hasta 2024 hace solo cinco meses, la sensación en el aire es que Alexis Vega no regresará al Rebaño para el Torneo Clausura 2023. 

El sueño del jugador es probar suerte en Europa y en ese objetivo una buena actuación en el Mundial de Catar podría allanarle el camino. Sin embargo, el Viejo Continente no es el único destino posible en el horizonte del delantero. De acuerdo a varios informes, en el entorno de Vega no se descarta un cambio de aires dentro de la misma Liga MX.

Fernando Hierro como director deportivo de las Chivas: ¿solución o experimento?

Mientras la definición del Apertura 2022 sigue su curso, Chivas está de vacaciones.

Ante los malos resultados del club, sin embargo, no todo es descanso. En el Rebaño hay mucho trabajo que hacer y empiezan a moverse piezas de cara al Clausura 2023. ¿Una de las prioridades? La búsqueda de un nuevo director deportivo.

American starlet Gabriel Slonina set to join Chelsea in training for the first time

America's most promising goalkeeping prospect is officially heading abroad, as Gabriel Slonina is set to begin a 13-day training spell with Chelsea.

The youngest signing in Chicago Fire history and the youngest starting keeper in MLS history, Slonina became Chicago's most expensive player ever on Aug. 2 when he joined Chelsea for a $15 million fee. The keeper was then loaned back to the Fire for the remainder of the MLS season.

Mbappé tells PSG he wants January exit and cuts lonely figure in Benfica draw

There was a time, with his contract willfully running down last season, when it looked like a Kylian Mbappé Real Madrid transfer was a foregone conclusion. The World Cup winner had already accomplished everything imaginable in French football at the age of 23 (five league titles, five cup triumphs and three Player of the Year awards), and the realization of Mbappé's childhood dream of playing at the Santiago Bernabéu was promised by Florentino Pérez himself.

20-Year-Old USMNT prospect and RBNY standout John Tolkin decides his future

The New York Red Bulls announced a new four-year contract for defender John Tolkin on Wednesday.

The deal runs through the 2027 season and includes an option for 2028.

"We are very excited to sign John to a new contract and keep him with the club," NYRB head of sport Jochen Schneider said in a news release. "He had a very successful season, and we are pleased to have him on our team for years to come."

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