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Major Link Soccer: Happy New Year

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Lets all hope that 2021 is better than 2020.

Changes Made To New Years Eve In Times Square Amid COVID-19 Pandemic Photo by David Dee Delgado/Getty Images

MLS

Real Salt Lake’s offseason shopping list includes a need for striker options and the Western Conference club is closing on a name familiar to American soccer fans. RSL is closing on a deal to sign free agent forward Rubio Rubin, sources confirmed to SBI on Thursday. Real Salt Lake finalizing deal to sign Rubio Rubin

Chicago Fire FC announced on Thursday the club has signed Homegrown defender/midfielder Mauricio Pineda to a multi-year contract extension. Chicago Fire FC sign Homegrown Mauricio Pineda to multi-year contract extension

As Charlotte FC continues to build their roster ahead of the club’s debut MLS season in 2022, they are being linked to one of Mexico’s highest profile players in Andres Guardado. Charlotte FC to sign Mexico international Andres Guardado

Concacaf unveiled its team of the tournament for this season’s Concacaf Champions League, with four LAFC players making the cut after a run to the final of the competition, it was announced Thursday. LAFC’s Carlos Vela, Diego Rossi, Diego Palacios, Jesus Murillo make Concacaf Champions League team of the tournament

Houston Dynamo FC have signed midfielder Joe Corona to a multi-year contract, the club announced Thursday. The Dynamo selected Corona with the No. 2 pick in Stage Two of the 2020 Re-Entry Draft. The midfielder was selected by Austin FC in the Expansion Draft the previous week, but didn’t opt out of the Re-Entry Draft. Houston Dynamo FC sign midfielder Joe Corona to multi-year contract

NWSL/WoSo

Former Birmingham City defender Adrienne Jordan, who spent time with OL Reign this summer, has confirmed that her time with Spanish club Tenerife has come to an end. Former Birmingham City full-back confirms Tenerife departure - FAWSL Full-Time

Just two days after announcing their dissolution, the Swedish women’s champions Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC said they would keep going. Swedish women's champions Göteborg to survive after fresh investment | Women's football | The Guardian

While there remains significant resistance, female leadership made serious strides during an astounding year. Let's Talk About 2020, The Year of the Woman