A U.S. Men’s National Team regular looks set to return to action after a lengthy injury absence, while the Portland Timbers have bolstered their backline yet again with the signing of a young defender.
Michael Bradley returned to training on Tuesday and could return in time for Toronto FC’s clash with the New England Revolution on Saturday. (REPORT)
The Timbers signed Nigerian defender Gbenga Arokoyo, who most recently featured Turkish Süper Lig club Gaziantepspor. The 23-year-old has earned two caps with the Nigerian National Team. (REPORT)
Prior to the move, the Timbers sent TAM and a conditional 3rd round pick int he 2017 draft to NYCFC in exchange for Arokoyo’s discover rights. (REPORT)
New York Red Bulls goalkeeper Luis Robles could start in Wednesday’s CONCACAF Champions League match despite picking up an injury in Sunday’s tie with the fire. Homegrown product Tyler Adams and fullback Kemar Lawrence will be in the starting lineup. (REPORT)
Atlanta United has loaned midfielder Chris McCann to Coventry City until December. McCann signed with the upcoming expansion club in July after previously featuring for Wigan Athletic. (REPORT)