One of Brazil’s most exciting players of the past decade is considering a move to MLS, while the Colorado Rapids could be without one of their key attackers after a gruesome injury.
Former Barcelona star Ronaldinho is reportedly considering MLS or the Chinese Super League for his next move, according to his brother and agent Roberto Assis. The Brazilian left Fluminense in September, after a mutual agreement to terminate his contract. (REPORT)
Kevin Doyle was stretchered off the field during Friday’s international friendly between the Republic of Ireland and Switzerland. The Rapids forward is expected to miss two-to-four weeks with the injury. (REPORT)
New York City FC has purchased a large plot of land in Orangeburg, New York that the club will reportedly use to for its training facility. The club currently trains at SUNY Purchase, roughly 25 miles west of the new site. (REPORT)
The Seattle Sounders have created a free international roster spot after Tyrone Mears’ acquisition of his green card. The team now has seven international players on the roster. (REPORT)
Ahead of Saturday’s match against the Los Angeles Galaxy, the Vancouver Whitecaps have expanded BC Place capacity to 27,837. (REPORT)
D.C. United has signed 23-year old midfielder Andrea Mancini, after recently appearing for Hungarian side Szombathelyi Halidás. Mancini is the son of Roberto, head coach of Inter Milan. (REPORT)
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