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Report: Galaxy looking to deal Nigel de Jong

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The LA Galaxylook ready to part ways with midfielder Nigel de Jong.

According to multiple reports that emerged on Monday, Nigel de Jong is set to sign for Galatasaray, nearly sevenmonths after he joined the Galaxy from AC Milan. According to Goal.

Klinsmann set to rely on Copa America regulars in crucial World Cup qualifiers

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The Copa America is long over. However, Jurgen Klinsmann is hoping lessons learned from this summer's tournament can lead his team through a pair of games that could prove trickier than many may think.

World Cup qualifying continues on Friday night as the U.S. Men's National teamvisits St.

Earthquakes part ways with GM John Doyle

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The San Earthquakes have made a significant change within their front office.

The club announced on Monday that it has parted ways with general manager John Doyle, with technical director Chris Leitch taking over the role on an interim basis.

The Best of MLS Week 25: Mullins, Union, Barrios and more

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D.C. United's newest forwardwas in top form to claim SBI Player of the Week honors, plusone of FC Dallas' exciting wingers dazzled and amazed to take home the Goal of the Week.


Patrick Mullins has struggled to find consistent playing time since he left the New England Revolution, but his hat trick on Saturday continued what may be thestart of something special with D.

Report: Liverpool unlikely to sign Christian Pulisic

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It looks like one of the Premier League's largest clubs have cooled their pursuit of Christian Pulisic.

The 17-year-old Americanis unlikely to leave Borussia Dortmund for Liverpool during the summer transfer window, according to ESPN. Liverpool reportedly submitted a€13 million bid for the U.

Revolution's scoring woes prove costly yet again in loss to Red Bulls

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HARRISON, N.J. Kei Kamara, Lee Nguyen, Juan Agudelo, Diego Fagundez. The New England Revolution have one of the more talented attacking groups in MLS, but somehow are continuing to have trouble finding the back of the net.

It has proven costly throughout the course of the season, anddid so again on Sunday.

Giovinco set to miss four weeks due to injury

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One of Major League Soccer's most dynamic attackers is set for a month on the sidelines.

Toronto FC announced on Monday that Sebastian Giovincohas been diagnosed with strains in his quadriceps and adductor following Toronto FC's 1-0 defeat to the Montreal Impact.

Kljestan in, Brooks out of USMNT camp ahead of World Cup Qualifiers

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Sacha Kljestan has long been left out of the U.S. Men's National Team picture, but the New York Red Bulls playmaker is now set to make his return to camp ahead of World Cup Qualifiers.

U.S. Soccer announced on Monday that Kljestan has been called up to the USMNT ahead of matches at St.

MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 25

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The Portland Timbers cruised to a statement win, while FC Dallas came from behind to continue their stay atop the West. In the East, Patrick Mullins shined while theMontreal Impact shocked Toronto FC at BMO Field.

Here's a closer look at all of this weekend's MLS action:

Led by a pair of goals from Kaka, Orlando City toppled NYCFC, 2-1, to remain in the playoff hunt.

Report: Miazga loan delayed as Chelsea look to add new defenders

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Chelsea still expects Matt Miazga to go on loan, but the club has a bit of housekeeping to do before allowing the U.S. Men's National Team defender to leave.

According to Goal, Miazga is still expected to leave Chelsea on loan on the near future, but the club is waiting on several signings before making any moves.

Bradley Wright-Phillips adds to MLS MVP case with game-winning performance

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HARRISON, N.J. Bradley Wright-Phillips was antarctic cold at the start of the season. Now, he is as hot as any striker in MLS.

The New York Red Bulls picked up their latest win of the campaign on Sunday afternoon by edging the New England Revolution, 1-0, and once again it was Wright-Phillips who was largely responsible for the three points that were picked up.

Monday Kickoff: Aguero, Fabregas, Alcacer and more

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One of Manchester City's biggest stars could be set for a suspension, while a Chelsea midfielder insists he is committed to the club.

Sergio Aguero could miss the upcoming Manchester Derby due to a suspension after appearing to elbow West Ham's Winston Reid. (REPORT)

Cesc Fabregas insists he's committed to remaining at Chelsea despite being linked with a move away from the club.

Americans Abroad: Weekend Rewind

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Bobby Wood scored on his first Bundesliga start for Hamburg as the league in Germany started up. Meanwhile,Brad Guzanand Lynden Gooch continued their runs in their respective midlands sides in the English top flight, while Geoff Cameron was called back into the fold for Stoke City.

As the Bundesliga began its 16/17 season this weekend, several American players were on showcase in Germany.

Orlando City topples NYCFC to remain in playoff hunt

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Less than one year ago, Jason Kreis was in charge on New York City FC. On Sunday, he was leading his new team to a win over his former employers that kept his side's playoff hopes alive.

A pair of Kaka goals canceled out a finish from Steven Mendoza as Orlando City toppled NYCFC, 2-1, at Camping World Stadium.

Dominant first half lifts Timbers past Sounders

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The Portland Timbers looked like defending MLS champions in a dominant first half that all but sealed a rivalry win.

Despite a second half surge from the Seattle Sounders, the Timbers grabbed three points at Providence Park with a 4-2 win on Sunday afternoon.