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January 17, 2017 07:01 UTC
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Report: Heather O'Reilly to sign with Arsenal

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Yet another American player from the NWSL is reportedly headed overseas.

According to SiriusXM, Heather O'Reilly has joined Arsenal Ladies, but FourFourTwo claims that she will return toFC Kansas City this summer.

Heather O'Reilly joins Arsenal, tells me:"I want to help soccer in the US-I'm doing this to be a better ambassador"@TheDanLauletta @Wosozone

- Glenn Crooks (@GlennCrooks) January 17, 2017

Indeed, Heather O'Reilly will play for Arsenal this spring but is expected back in KC later this year.

Vagenas discusses changing Galaxy roster, addresses Jones progress

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The LA Galaxy are going to look a lot different during the 2017 season.

The core of players the Galaxy have relied on for the last few successful seasons are starting to disappear. The team let Robbie Keane go at the end of the year, lost Steven Gerrard to retirement and sent A.J. DeLaGarza to the Houston Dynamo in a trade for $175,000 in allocation money.

Report: Executives discussing permanent Pan-American tournament

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The Copa America Centenario in the U.S. was billed as a one-time event to celebrate 100 years of CONMEBOL. It looks like bosses from the South American confederation and CONCACAF want it to continue.

According to a Bloomberg report, the executives are pushing for a permanent tournament of the Americas, which could begin as early as 2020.

On MLS: Galaxy, Red Bulls make hard but correct decisions to trade fan favorites

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Soccer is a game of split-second decisions. The game moves rapidly, in and out, as just one moment of magic can change the fate of a player, franchise or even community. It's what endears the game and the players that play it to so many fans as the world around you can seemingly change in the blink of an eye.

Soccer Tuesday: Your Running Commentary

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The FA Cup resumes with third-round replays on Tuesday, while the African Cup of Nations continues with Group D action.

Three Premier League teams are involved in the FA Cup replays as Lynden Gooch's Sunderland takes on Burnley, while Crystal Palace faces Bolton. However, the televised match will be Lincoln City against Ipswich Town.

Birmingham manager Zola says Spector could move to MLS

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Jonathan Spector has played in England for the entirety of his professional career, suiting up for Manchester United, Charlton Athletic, West Ham and, ultimately, Birmingham City. However, it appears his time in England may be coming towards its end as an offer from MLS has come in.

Birmingham manager Gianfranco Zola says Spector has received offers that could see him return to the U.

Tuesday Kickoff: Sanchez, Chinese Super League, Benteke and more

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An Arsenal star has admitted to tax fraud but hopes to avoid trial, while a Chinese Super League owner revealed prior pushes for some of the game's top strikers.

Alexis Sanchez has reportedly pleaded guilty todefrauding Spanish tax authorities of almost €1 million during his time with Barcelona.

Report: FC Dallas lands Coleman in $2 million deal

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FC Dallas has reportedly found its coveted target forward.

The Supporters' Shield and U.S. Open Cup winners have found the final piece to their attacking piece, as they are set to sign22-year-old forward Cristian Colman, according to a report.

The fee for the Paraguayan is around $2 million.

Report: Red Bulls trade captain Dax McCarty to Fire

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The Chicago Fire and New York Red Bulls have reportedly completed a blockbuster trade.

According to FourFourTwo, the Red Bulls have traded captain Dax McCarty to the Chicago Fire in exchange for $400,000 in general allocation money split over the next two seasons.

This reported move bolsters a Fire midfield that already contains Juninho, who was acquired on loan from Club Tijuana earlier in the offseason.

Saputo puts Piatti's odds of returning to Impact at 100 percent

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Ignacio Patti's strong 2016 season was bound to draw interest from clubs abroad. That said, the Montreal Impact have no intentions of parting ways with their star playmaker.

The Impact enjoyed a solid campaign last year en route to reaching the Eastern Conference Finals, and Piatti was largely responsible for that with his difference-making ability.

After months of transfer rumors, Porter determined to put Nagbe in position to succeed with Timbers

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Caleb Porter has obviously heard the chatter. Throughout the offseason, any discussion regarding the future of the Portland Timbers has inevitably turned towards Darlington Nagbe. Just over a year removed from winning an MLS Cup, the Timbers' offseason has centered around the potential of losing a player that remains one of the team's biggest pieces.

MLS Ticker: Galaxy negotiating for Breinburg, Bernier re-signs with Impact, and more

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The LA Galaxy continue to scour the globe for new players, and they have a Dutch-based midfielder on their radar.

The Galaxy are reportedly negotiating with NEC for midfielder Gregor Breinburg, according to Dutch website VoetbalZone.

"There is an offer made by LA Galaxy,"said Breinburg after NEC's match versus Willem II.

Years later, Beasley reunites with Arena to help guide USMNT through January camp

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Bruce Arena remembers DaMarcus Beasley's breakthrough, all those years ago. He remembers the speed, the technique, the ability, all of which were on display at the 2002 World Cup. He remembers a 20-year-old young man, one which would go on to become one of the most recognizable players in U.S. Men's National Team history.

Report: Joe Gyau set to leave Dortmund for third-division side SG Sonnenhof Grossaspach

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Joe Gyau is reportedly on the move fromBorussia Dortmund.

According to German publication RevierSport, Gyau is set tojoin SG Sonnenhof Grossaspach in the 3. Liga, the third division on the German pyramid. The 24-year-old reportedly leavesBVB on a free transfer for Sonnenhof Grossaspach, who is currently in seventh place in the 3.

Jackson Yueill looking forward to getting started with Quakes following MLS Draft

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The Minnesota kid is going to stay in California, but this time he'll head up to the north side. No homegrown deal and no more shadows.

The San Jose Earthquakes selected 19-year-old UCLA and Generation Adidas midfielder Jackson Yueill with the sixth overall pick in Friday's MLS Draft in Los Angeles.