Caleb Porter is poised to become head coach of the Columbus Crew, according to ESPN FC sources.
On Tuesday, it appeared that Porter was on the verge of accepting an offer to take the vacant managerial spot with the LA Galaxy, but the outcome of the fluid situation now looks like it will end with the 43-year-old coach taking the job in Columbus, confirming a story originally reported by The Athletic.
However, one source cautioned that a deal hadn't been finalized between Porter and Columbus, with...
Former New York Red Bulls general manager Ali Curtis has interviewed to be the sporting director of Columbus Crew SC, multiple sources have confirmed to ESPN FC.
The Athletic was the first to report the news.
The Crew is currently without a GM and head coach in the wake of Gregg Berhalter's appointment as United States manager. The search is being conducted by the team's presumptive owners, the Haslam Family and as Dr. Peter Edwards, who are in negotiations to buy the team from Precourt Sports Ventures.
Columbus Crew SC announced on Tuesday that goalkeeper Zack Steffen will join Manchester City during Major League Soccer's summer transfer window.
Steffen, 23, is expected to cost the Premier League title holders between £7 million and £10 million -- which would constitute a Crew and league record for a keeper -- with the deal set to be completed when MLS opens its secondary transfer window on July 9, 2019.
Manchester City also confirmed the news of the deal, saying Steffen would remain...
The Columbus City Council unanimously approved a proposal for a new downtown stadium for the Crew on Monday night.
Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam is part of a group seeking to buy the franchise and build a new stadium that will be part of a $645 million mixed-use development project.
The 6-0 vote by the council creates a memorandum of understanding that the city will contribute $50m toward site development and infrastructure for the stadium.
The proposed $230m stadium would seat 20,000 fans...