The New York Red Bull’s have officially announced the signing of 18-year-old Danish attacker Mathias Jorgensen using TAM. He has been signed to a multi-year MLS contract, with the transfer fee rumored to be around $2.5M.
Report: Kaku Romero has been all but confirmed to be moving to Liga MX side Club America, Kaku Romero has recently gone on a liking spree on Twitter on tweets all about Club America signing him and that he will be joining soon. Kaku Romero has stated that he’s happy with the club, but if he does move to Mexico, it would be a good move for him as he will be closer to his family and his family will be able to visit him. At the moment he has mentioned that it is very difficult for his family to visit him in the United States. So I believe that he will end up moving to Club America as also Kaku’s agent is having some issues with NY Red Bulls at the moment.
The New York Red Bulls acquired the first overall pick in the MLS waiver draft earlier today from the San Jose Earthquakes, selected former Philadelphia Union midfielder Marcus Epps.
Epps, who is 23, made 15 starts in 32 appearances for Philadelphia since being drafted by the Union in 2017. In those 32 appearances, he scored 3 goals and made 3 assists in 1,318 minutes played.
Official: Orlando City SC has acquired a natural fourth round pick in the 2019 MLS SuperDraft from the New York Red Bulls in exchange for defender Amro Tarek.
FC Cincinnati has officially announced their picks for the 2018 Expansion Draft. The players picked were Kei Kamara(Traded to Colorado Rapids), Eric Alexander, Roland Lamah, Hassan Ndam, and Darren Mattocks. These players will all be available for FC Cincinnati for the 2019 season besides Kei Kamara.
The New York Red Bulls announced today the list of players available for the 2018 MLS Expansion Draft for FC Cincinnati, along with the list of players protected. The Red Bulls will protect the maximum 11 players from the senior roster. Homegrown players on the supplemental roster are automatically protected. Those players are: Derrick Etienne Jr., Evan Louro, Alex Muyl, and Ben Mines. The expansion draft is set for Tuesday, December 11 at 2 p.m. ET.
Goalkeepers: Ryan Meara, Luis Robles
Defenders: Kemar Lawrence, Aaron Long, Michael Amir Murillo Tim Parker (rights)
Midfielders: Christian Casseres Jr., Sean Davis, Kaku, Danny Royer
Forwards: Bradley Wright-Phillips
Defenders: Kyle Duncan, Connor Lade, Hassan Ndam
Midfielders: Vincent Bezecourt, Andreas Ivan, Florian Valot
Forwards: Anatole Abang, Brian White
The New York Red Bulls have qualified for the Concacaf Champions League.
The Red Bulls will face Club Atlético Pantoja of the Dominican Republic, which won the 2018 Caribbean Club Championship.
The 1st leg is set for February 19-21 and leg 2 is set for February 26-28.
December 2, 2018: The New York Red Bulls have transferred homegrown midfielder Tyler Adams to RB Leipzig in Germany's top flight, the Bundesliga. Adams will officially join Leipzig when the January transfer window opens.
Tyler Adams was first identified by Red Bulls Youth Coaches at a Summer Camp. He was invited to join the Regional Development School program, and then graduated to the Red Bulls Academy. Adams would eventually sign his first ever professional contract with the New York Red Bulls II at 16 . Adams spent one season with New York Red Bulls II, playing a key role in winning the 2016 USL regular season title and USL Cup before. He was then added to the MLS roster after a fantastic year with the USL team. He made his MLS debut on April 13, 2016 vs San Jose. Adams would find a starting role in 2017 making 23 appearances with two goals and four assists. Adams has made 74 appearances for New York across all competitions and also played a key role in the team which won the 2018 Supporters Shield and also set MLS records for most wins (22) and for most points (71).
Adams has also earned his way into the U.S. Men’s National Team and has been a big part of that teams development throughout 2018.
Tyler Adams stated when leaving, “I’d like to thank everyone at the organization, coaches, staff, my teammates and the Supporters,” said Adams. “I’ve worn a New York Red Bulls shirt for eight years, and this club has become a second family to me. I will always be grateful to the many people who believed in me, mentored me, and helped me get to this point. I’d also like to thank my family for their never-ending love and support. This club will always have a special place in my heart.”