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The Dynamo man is off to the continent following his signing of a deal with Frankfurt.

Houston Dynamo and U.S. international midfielder Ricardo Clark has signed a contract with Bundlesliga team Eintracht Frankfurt until the end of the season with an option for three more years.

Playing his whole career in Major League Soccer, most recently with the Dynamo, Clark  joins a team currently In 7th place in the Bundesliga table. Out of contract in Houston, the American was free to sign with whomever he chose, though it was suggested he would stay with MLS.

Clark, 26, decided a move to Europe was in his best interests and reports are all but confirming the deal is sealed and he’ll take his 26 USMNT caps to Germany.

A native of Atlanta, Clark made 97 appearances for the Dynamo, scoring seven goals from midfield. Coming into the national team limelight over the last few years, Clark appears to be in Bob Bradley’s plans for this summer’s World Cup.

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