Canada's national team will go dormant after grabbing four points in its first two games of World Cup Qualifying in 2012, but several Canucks could see their club situations change
Nakajima-Farran fell out of favour at Aussie A-League title holders Brisbane Roar after being brought in as a big-name signing last summer. He was said to have been seeking a move back to Europe after the disappointing time in Australia, and has spoken openly on Twitter about heading to Cyprus this season.
Junior Hoilett: Reports that Hoilett will be signing with Borussia Möenchengladbach may have been premature, as the youngster has been recently linked with Galatasaray.
The Turkish giant seems intent on making a big splash this summer, and the 22-year-old Canadian is said to be high on the club's wish list. Hoilett has also received offers from teams in England and Germany.
Samuel Piette: The teenager spent the summer learning the ropes with the Canadian national team, earning his first senior cap late in Canada's friendly versus the U.S. earlier this month.
National team head coach Stephen Hart isn't the only one high on the 17-year-old, as he recently confirmed that he will be joining newly promoted German outfit Fortuna Dusseldorf for the upcoming campaign.
Jonathan de Guzman: The 24-year-old Toronto native grabbed headlines last week for his on-again, off-again flirtation with the Canadian national team, but he is also looking to depart from relegated Spanish club Villarreal in search of top-tier football.
De Guzman told The Score that he's mulling over offers from English and German teams, both of which are presumably in the top flight of those respective nations. There has also been interest from the Eredivisie in Holland, where de Guzman made his professional debut.
Nik Ledgerwood: The 27-year-old midfielder will be a free agent next month when his contract with German third division side SV Wehen Wiesbaden expires. He's said to be looking for a move back into the 2. Bundesliga.
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