Arsenal fans that are of the opinion that winger Willian should be out of the club may be forced to watch him play for the Gunners again next season, with reports claiming that the Brazilian winger will no longer be completing his highly anticipated move to the United States Major League Soccer giants Inter Miami anytime soon. The Arsenal star has made it clear that he wants to leave the club this summer after they failed to offer him a fresh two-year contract which he is currently asking for.
Willian left Chelsea last summer over the same contract issued and then jumped on the opportunity to sign for Arsenal after the north London club offered him the sort of deal he was looking for. A two-year contract with improved wages were the two key reasons that made Willian join Arsenal but it is currently looking like he could be leaving the Emirates Stadium this summer regardless of whether or not he fails to seal a switch to the MLS. Continue reading “WILLIAN’S MLS MOVE CALLED OFF OVER WAGE DEMANDS”
Chicago Fire will be looking to seal their first win of the season when they take on Inter Miami in their next Major League Soccer fixture. Inter Miami, on the other hand, will be aiming to get themselves another impressive outing on the road so far this season. The fixture promises to unveil some interesting and exciting football showing. The Eastern Conference tie will be played on Saturday and it is expected to be a fiercely contested battle at Soldier Field.
Chicago are the Underdogs heading into this fixture and continued their poor run of form in their last fixture as they lost 1-0 to D.C United away from home but they are still capable of pulling off a surprise result in this encounter. The result means that they have picked up just one point from their last five games of the current season Continue reading “MATCH PREVIEW: CHICAGO FIRE VS INTER MIAMI”
In the battle of two MLS football teams in the CONCACAF Champions League, Philadelphia Union took a big lead against Atlanta United at the end of their first leg clash in Atlanta on Tuesday.
It was a disappointing result for Gabriel Heinzewho was appointed as the new Atlanta United manager at the end of last year. The Argentine manager has never managed in MLS football until now. His team conceded three goals without any reply to leave them on the brink of elimination from the CONCACAF Champions League. Continue reading “CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: PHILADELPHIA BEAT ATLANTA UNITED”
Major League Soccer side New York Red Bulls have announced that they have signed young defensive talent Curtis Ofori for an undisclosed fee. The transfer is a historic one as it now means that they have signed the youngest-ever player in their history. Curtis, 15, is now the record holder for the youngest player to have signed a professional contract with the club.
It was a day of both one in and one out at Red Bulls after they first confirmed that they have agreed a deal with New York City Football Club for the transfer of young defender Chris Gloster. Not too long after, they revealed that Curtis has joined them in the record-breaking deal that will see him link up with the Red Bulls ll team (their reserves squad) and play in the USL League One. Continue reading “Red Bulls Confirm The Signing Of Young Defender Curtis Ofori”
MLS football outfit Portland Timbers have confirmed the CONCACAF Champions League dates for their tie with their Honduran opponents, CD Marathon. The MLS football club revealed the dates for their two CONCACAF Champions League games earlier on Thursday.
MLS football team Portland Timbers will open their campaign in the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League this season with a two-legged tie with CD Marathon of Honduras. The first leg will take place on April 6 at 3pm Pacific time, while the second leg of their tie is scheduled for a week later, on April 13 at 5pm Pacific time. Continue reading “PORTLAND TIMBERS REVEALS CHAMPIONS LEAGUE DATES”