The right back has cleared the final hurdle in his path to Europe, as he recently secured a work permit which will ensure his move to Tottenham in January.
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Monday, December 22, 2014
Sunday, December 21, 2014
The 36-year-old has impressed on loan at Manchester City, with Manuel Pellegrini wanting to extend the agreement, but the goalkeeper feels it's damaging to Major League Soccer.
Saturday, December 20, 2014
The Republic of Ireland striker has confirmed that the MLS Cup champion will play a friendly fixture against the Hoops in February.
Friday, December 19, 2014
The Chicago Fire have made another signing from Sweden, bringing in Helsingborgs striker David Accam.
The midfielder will be looking to jump-start his career after struggling for minutes in England.
Expansion sides Orlando City and New York City FC will kick off against each other March 8 at the Citrus Bowl.
DCU's general manager is looking to keep the club's core intact and add more depth after a first-place finish in 2014.
Thursday, December 18, 2014
TFC brass say they have all their bases covered when it comes to the Jermain Defoe transfer saga.
The 26-year-old utility player had his option declined by TFC earlier this month.
The Chile international should give Kansas City stability in goal following the departures of Eric Kronberg and Andy Gruenebaum.
The 25-year-old arrives at Sporting Park after stints with clubs including Liverpool and Olympiakos.
Chivas announced that MLS has exercised its option to purchase the Mexico international and sent him on a six-month loan to Guadalajara.
The Stoke City manager says his American winger is in the process of completing a switch to MLS expansion side Orlando City.
With D.C. United finally securing funding for a soccer stadium after more than a decade of trying, MLS can now turn its attention to new venues in other cities.
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
The Mexican national team striker has had his club future in limbo since the dismantling of Chivas USA, but Houston is now the frontrunner for his services.
The retired striker was a star in many nations but remains underrated in his homeland of France.
One of the league's most storied clubs will finally have a soccer-specific stadium to call its own.
The Frenchman has officially announced his retirement from football, and Goal takes a look back at a career in which the Arsenal legend won every piece of silverware possible.
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
The former Gunners striker would love to succeed Arsene Wenger at the club someday.
The former France star has decided to hang up his boots after leaving the New York Red Bulls and will become a pundit.