A pair of transactions made by D.C. United, as well as a new addition to the New York Red Bulls has MLS buzzing on Tuesday.
D.C. United has traded forward Conor Doyle to the Colorado Rapids in exchange for a 2017 third-round selection. The 24-year old spent his last three seasons with D.C., tallying four goals and an assist. (REPORT)
Luciano Acosta will reportedly join D.C. United on Wednesday. The 5-foot-3 midfielder comes over from Argentine club Boca Juniors. (REPORT)
Orlando City SC is currently in discussions with D.C., as the Lions look to acquire the discovery rights to AC Milan midfielder Antonio Nocerino. (REPORT)
Ghanaian defender Gideon Baah has signed with the Red Bulls. The centerback most recently played for Finnish side HJK Helsinki and made 29 appearances across all competitions for the team in 2015. (REPORT)
The Philadelphia Union have acquired English goalkeeper Matt Jones from Portuguese Primeira Liga side Belenenses. Jones, 29, attended Sacred Heart University in Connecticut and holds a U.S. permanent residency card. (REPORT)
The San Jose Earthquakes defeated Seongnam FC on Tuesday, 1-0, after Mark Sherrod scored in the 87th minute from Tommy Thompson’s cross. (REPORT)
What do you think of the moves in D.C.? Will Baah help solidify the Red Bulls defense?
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