U.S. national team goalkeeper Ethan Horvath has signed with Belgian champion Club Brugge, the club announced on Tuesday.
The 21-year-old Colorado native spent most of the past four years in Norway, where he helped lead Molde FK to the knockout stage of the Europa League last season.
Horvath won the No. 1 job with Molde, coached by former Manchester United and Norwegian legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, in the summer of 2015, after starter Orjand Nylund was sold to German Bundesliga side Ingolstadt.
FC Copenhagen ended their Champions League Group G with a 2-0 victory over Club Brugge but Porto's thumping win over Leicester condemned them to the Europa League.
Brandon Mechele turned the ball into his own net and Mathias Jorgensen then added a second but it was all in vain for the Danish side.
Brugge created the first opening of the game after just 90 seconds when Ricardo Van Rhijn got in down the right channel but his drilled effort was beaten away by Robin Olsen at his near post.
Triumphant Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri insists the Foxes will produce another fairytale after reaching the Champions League knockout stages.
The Foxes qualified for the last 16 of European football's top club competition after Shinji Okazaki's early strike and Riyad Mahrez's penalty secured a 2-1 victory over Club Brugge and top spot in Group G with a game to spare.
Porto's 0-0 draw in Copenhagen means Leicester go to Estadio do Dragao next month with their future settled and the Portuguese side...