Wednesday, December 7, 2016
The designated player is leaving the club after just a season and a half in MLS, with the club citing off-the-field reasons.
The Red Bulls coach believes the Argentine winger will be a bigger part of his side’s plans in 2017
The Spanish star has won some of the sport's biggest trophies, but that didn't stop him from getting emotional after claiming a well-deserved MLS MVP award.
The NYCFC midfielder was one of the breakout players for the second-year club in 2016, and he believes he can make an impact on the international level.
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
The USL franchise has announced its ambition to join MLS, with a privately financed stadium renovation proposed.
The former Spain international receives Major League Soccer's highest individual honor after posting 23 goals and four assists for New York City FC in 2016.
Aside from some of the more obvious, standout names of the season, there were a few contrarian picks in Goal USA's Best XI for MLS in 2016.
Monday, December 5, 2016
The 2016 MLS Defender of the Year has put pen to paper on a new four-year deal with the Supporters' Shield winners.
Demand for tickets for the league's showpiece, which takes place Saturday, was extremely high.
The Paraguay international will join the expansion franchise under the young designated player tag.
The diminutive Italian claims the honor despite being snubbed by Major League Soccer when the league announced the three finalists last month.
There were seven first-time selections — including LA Galaxy star Giovani dos Santos — as MLS unveiled its 2016 Best XI on Monday.
MLS has unveiled its 2016 Best XI, with Sebastian Giovinco making the cut after being snubbed by the MVP shortlist.
Goal USA ranks the five best players in Major League Soccer this season, including NY Red Bulls duo Sacha Kljestan and Bradley Wright-Phillips.
The striker becomes NYCFC's first signing of the winter transfer window after a stellar campaign in Cincinnati.
After six years in MLS with the Portland Timbers, Darlington Nagbe would be well served by a move to Europe this winter.
Friday, December 2, 2016
The MLS side announced multiple roster moves, including the release of its first homegrown player signing.
The 18-year-old will join up with the MLS expansion team after a successful year with the U.S. U-19 side.
The national team defender had drawn interest from overseas but will stay in MLS on a new contract.
The U.S. national team striker has been on a tear over the past four months, regaining the form that once made him the subject of an eight-figure transfer fee.