Major League Soccer missed out on signing Mexican star Javier Hernandez, sources tell Goal USA
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Sunday, January 11, 2015
Friday, January 9, 2015
The New York City FC coach says his club supports the decision to keep Frank Lampard with Manchester City through the end of the Premier League campaign.
The center back recently fell out of favor at the Catalan club and joins Owen Coyle's side on a free transfer.
The former Chelsea star was thought to be heading to NYCFC but instead will stay at Manchester City in what has become a black eye for all involved.
Captain Clint Dempsey headlines a squad that also includes raw national team newcomers such as Alex Bono, Oscar Sorto and Julio Morales.
Despite the Premier League's claim to the contrary on Thursday, the 36-year-old is adamant there is an agreement in place for him to move to the MLS next summer.
Thursday, January 8, 2015
The Premier League confirmed the 36-year-old is not contractually obligated to move to Major League Soccer this summer.
The Toronto FC striker has attracted interest from QPR and Hull City during the January transfer window and will train with his former side's development squad to stay fit.
The Reds midfielder is set to quit the club for LA Galaxy in the summer but could still return in a temporary deal - much like Frank Lampard at Manchester City.
Jurgen Klinsmann has made it clear he plans on focusing on young talent in 2015, and that should be reflected in his selections for the January U.S. camp.
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Major League Soccer released its schedule for the 2015 season Wednesday. Goal's Ives Galarcep takes a look at the top games to watch.
The Los Angeles Lakers star is looking forward to watching the Liverpool captain in action and is confident the 34-year-old's arrival will see the MLS outfit win more trophies
The Red Bulls have set their sites on a new midfielder, with sources telling Goal USA that the team is in talks to acquire the U.S. international.
The league released its schedule Wednesday and announced the playoffs will feature a dozen teams in 2015.
The Red Bulls moved quickly to sign Jesse Marsch as the club's new head coach after officially canning Mike Petke earlier on Wednesday.
The MLS side confirmed the capture of the long-time Liverpool legend.
The former New York defender took the club to two winning season and guided it its first major trophy, but won't be retained for the 2015 season.
The 34-year-old revealed on Friday that his 17-year professional association with Liverpool was set to end, and now he will follow in the footsteps of David Beckham.
In the wake of the messy Frank Lampard debacle, New York City FC is prepared to deliver its fans some good news with the signing of the U.S. national team midfielder.
Tuesday, January 6, 2015
The Liverpool star is putting the final touches on a deal with the Galaxy and the defending champs could announce the deal as soon as Wednesday afternoon.