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Major Link Soccer: Hirving Lozano is heading to the Netherlands

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The Mexican winger is heading to PSV. Carli Lloyd is also angry about her club’s fitness.

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MLS

Sounders and Reign players talked a bit about Pride Month and what makes it special in Seattle.

Porto’s Juan Quintero has been tied to an MLS move already, and, while we don’t know who it’ll be, we know it won’t be the Red Bulls.

What’s the best way to prep for a rivalry match as a manager? Leaving your club. Jesse Marsch is prepping for the NYCFC match that way, as he’s in Poland for his coaching license.

Cristiano Ronaldo wants out of Real Madrid reportedly, and Herc talked about the road that may lead him here (to MLS, that is).

SUM is now 100% MLS after the league bought out the outside investors from its media wing.

Who is the best young attacker in MLS? It should be Jordan Morris, but he isn’t playing well, so it’s some other guy. You’ll have to read to find out. Hint: he hasn’t scored on Seattle.

Vancouver may be looking at bringing a Canadian back to Canada, as they size up a bid for Atiba Hutchinson.

USA

Christian Pulisic is quickly becoming the face of American soccer, and that includes driving a sports car in a town named for chocolate. He also said he wouldn’t be transferring to rivals Bayern Munich.

Freddy Adu hasn’t caught on with a club since floundering with the Tampa Bay Rowdies, but a Swedish club may be after him now.

Carli Lloyd is back from playing in Europe, and she’s a bit unhappy with her US squad’s fitness (to say the least).

Asbury Park FC is one of the best clubs in New Jersey, and yet it has never played a match.

World

The summer transfer rumors are firing on all cylinders, and at least one Liverpool one has come true with Mohamed Salah going to Anfield.

After rumors of going to Manchester City with a loan to PSV, Mexican international Hirving Lozano skipped a step and signed straight to PSV. The winger even left the Confederations Cup for a day to finish the deal.

Florentino Perez won re-election as Real Madrid’s president and went on to say nothing about Ronaldo in his press conference. He later defended Ronaldo, saying he’s a Madrid player.

In one of the most fun and surprisingly close Confederations Cup matches, Germany won 3-2 over Australia.