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Now on his way out of Manchester, we don’t have much time until he is linked to an MLS side

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Seattle:

It wasn’t too long ago when many were questioning Deandre Yedlin’s move to Europe, but those questions have not traveled with him to Newcastle.

The Sounders have continued to move up the power rankings across publications, climbing to number 11 in RSL Soapbox’s Power Ranking Averages.

MLS:

The LA Galaxy have continually gotten returns on their investment into young talent, and, to that end, they are investing $1 million into their Girls’ Academy.

Providence Park’s expansion continues to move forward, having now gone before a design commission in Portland.

Alphonso Davies has taken a long road to becoming a Canadian star, from being born in a Refugee Camp to now becoming a phenom for the Whitecaps.

United States:

Following a brace against Trinidad & Tobago, Christian Pulisic topped his night in the only way possible: Guaranteeing a USMNT win over Mexico.

No matter who you are or who you love, US Soccer has a message for you: if you can play, you can play.

ESPN FC brought some of the best goals in the USA vs Mexico rivalry back to life, via some incredible animations.

James Comey dominated the news cycle, but it remains to be seen if he commented on Promotion/Relegation in a closed setting.

The World:

While this has seemed to be destined for quite some time, current events are finally going to have a ripple effect on the upcoming World Cup in Qatar.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been out of a contract for some time and is now likely out of a club, with Manchester United to release him, per an ESPN FC report.

Somehow more impressive than his cameo in the latest Vin Diesel XXX film (no, not that kind), Neymar scored a goal over Hollywood Boulevard.

It’s been seven months since Chapecoense went through the unthinkable, but the community continues to remember them as champions, forever.

Prior to their World Cup qualifying match versus Australia, Saudi Arabia declined to line up for a previously planned minute's silence for London attack, instead preferring to line up in formation on their side of the field.