Bruno Miranda

D.C. United

Bruno Miranda called up to Bolivia in World Cup Qualifiers

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It matters little now, but it helps him out all the more.

D.C. United forward Bruno Miranda has been included in the preliminary roster for Bolivia in their upcoming World Cup qualifiers at Peru on August 31 and home against Chile on September 5. The 19-year old played in La Verde's last World Cup Qualifier when he was substituted in extra time against Argentina in March and played 90 minutes in a friendly against Nicaragua in June, his second and third caps for the team.

D.C. United took a big first step towards catching up with the rest of MLS

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This transfer window wasn't just a fluke

Stepping back for a second and looking at a hectic two weeks that saw D.C. United get attached to World Cup veterans (Nigel De Jong, Gary Medel) and club players with national team experience in Europe (Marcus Olsson, Krisztian Nemeth), they eventually "settled" on adding a Young Designated Player from CONCACAF with Liga MX experience (the United States' Paul Arriola), his US youth teammate (Russell Canouse, recently with Hoffenheim and Bochum in Germany), a teenager with caps for a CONMEBOL national team (Bruno Miranda), and a left wing with experience in UEFA competition (Zoltan Stieber) over the course of the last five days of the secondary transfer window.

D.C. United focuses on youth, potential with roster overhaul

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No MLS team was busier at the tail end of the secondary transfer window than D.C. United.

Two players left the club while four new ones came into the fold. They took a roster filled with old, familiar MLS names on the wrong side of 30 and replaced them with younger players brought in from foreign leagues that many fans may not recognize right away.

USMNT midfielder Paul Arriola on his way to D.C. United

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D.C. United is finally opening the checkbook

Black and Red United can confirm Steve Goff's reporting that Paul Arriola, USMNT and Tijuana midfielder, is on his way to D.C. to sign with D.C. United. He will arrive in D.C. shortly to have his medical evaluation, and then will sign immediately thereafter.

Report: D.C. United monitoring Honduras goalkeeper Luis Lopez?

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An odd rumor has the Black-and-Red considering a move for the Real España GK

Let's face it: D.C. United's silence on matters of player rumors since word came out of Bruno Miranda possibly/probably/maybe joining the team 3 weeks ago falls into the "quiet, too quiet" category. And that's why Honduran outlet La Prensa claiming that United is apparently monitoring goalkeeper Luis Lopez is a head scratcher at best.

Bruno Miranda visits D.C., but where would he play?

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We wonder about his place in the rotation going forward.

Following Monday's news that D.C. United had been courting Universidad de Chile (and Bolivia National Team) youngster Bruno Miranda, word came yesterday from Miranda that he has undergone a physical and even toured RFK, and is awaiting the opening of the MLS transfer window to appear in D.

Bolivian reports have D.C. United moving for Universidad de Chile’s Bruno Miranda

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Hey, young Bolivian forwards have worked before.

A report yesterday from Jaime Vega, a journalist in Bolivia, claims that D.C. United has come to terms with Bruno Miranda, a forward playing at Universidad de Chile. A second report this morning in Bolivia has Miranda's agent claiming the deal is essentially done, with an 18-month contract allegedly agreed.

The Rest

2017 Gold Cup, Lukaku to Man United?, and more: Freedom Kicks for 7/7/2017

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Meanwhile, the Spirit gear up for a big game against Orlando tomorrow

With D.C. United's players scattering to the winds - California seems popular, with Steve Birnbaum going home while Lloyd Sam and Julian Buescher are hanging out in LA - there's not much to discuss. And you know what? It's nice for them, and it's nice for us.