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MLS Ticker: Nocerino, Ramirez, Red Bulls and more


While one of last season’s biggest MLS acquisitions remains in the news over an uncertain future, a European star is reportedly gaining interest from an unnamed team.

AC Milan vice president and CEO Adriano Galliani told reporters on Monday that midfielder Antonio Nocerino is on the radar of an unnamed MLS side, and an offer will be coming in the near future. (REPORT)

Argentine midfielder Juan Ramirez, 21, has joined Segunda Division club UD Almeria from the Colorado Rapids, according to the Spanish side’s official website. Ramirez was signed as a young Designated Player in 2015, and went on to score one goal and provide three assists in 27 appearances. (REPORT)

The New York Red Bulls announced the re-signing of midfielder Shaun Wright-Phillips, as well as new multi-year contracts for Mike Grella, Sal Zizzo and goalkeeper Luis Robles. The Red Bulls also released goalkeeper Santiago Castano. (REPORT)

Four trialists have joined the Red Bulls for preseason training camp, including last year’s fourth-round draft pick Manolo Sanchez and former Houston Dynamo defender AJ Cochrane. (REPORT)

The Chicago Fire revealed its new primary kit for the 2016 season, which dons sponsor Valspar on the center of the jersey. (REPORT)

After selecting him in the 2016 MLS Draft, the New England Revolution officially signed versatile fullback Jordan McCrary to a contract. (REPORT)

Which team do you want to see sign Nocerino? Disappointed to see Ramirez leave the Rapids?

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