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D.C. United's Luke Mishu retires after just two seasons

Luke Mishu
Luke Mishu spent two seasons with DC United.

WASHINGTON -- Luke Mishu has retired from D.C. United after two seasons.

Mishu told The Washington Post he was retiring from soccer to pursue business opportunities, citing that he had to be "realistic'' given his salary in Major League Soccer. As an undrafted reserve, Mishu was making $62,500.

The 25-year-old Mishu told The Post: "I felt like I could play until...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Steve Birnbaum seals new deal to remain with D.C. United

MLSsoccer.com's Russ Thaler and former MLS striker Calen Carr evaluate some USMNT players who will be important for their clubs during the upcoming playoff push.

Steve Birnbaum has completed the signing of a new multi-year contract with D.C. United, the MLS club announced on Friday.

The length of the deal was not confirmed but sources told ESPN FC on Tuesday that it is for four years.

D.C. named Birnbaum, 25, as its most valuable player and defender of the year for his efforts in 2016, his third season with the team after being selected with the No. 2 overall pick in 2014.

"Through his work ethic and unwavering competitiveness, Steve has developed into...

 By Marc Stein

Steve Birnbaum to sign new four-year deal with D.C. United to stay in MLS

DC United defender Steven Birnbaum
D.C. United have agreed a four-year deal with defender Steve Birnbaum.

D.C. United has agreed terms with U.S. national team defender Steve Birnbaum, ESPN FC has learned.

League sources said on Tuesday night that the sides have agreed to a new four-year deal to keep Birnbaum in Major League Soccer for the long term after months of persistent interest in the centre-back from perennial Israeli club power Maccabi Tel Aviv.

The FC crew make their picks for Leg 2 of the Eastern Conference finals between Toronto FC and the Montreal Impact.
Former LA Galaxy midfielder Steven Gerrard announced his retirement after an illustrious 19-year career in soccer.

Birnbaum was still playing on his DC United rookie-scale contract last season but, according to sources, has secured a significant pay increase from...

D.C. United goalkeeper Bill Hamid training with Swansea - report

Bill Hamid was named MLS Goalkeeper of the Year for 2014.

D.C. United goalkeeper Bill Hamid is training with English Premier League side Swansea City, according to the Washington Post.

The Post reported that Hamid is training with the club "informally" for the next week or two.

The two teams have a common owner in Jason Levien, and Swansea are managed by former United States manager...

D.C. United acquire Luciano Acosta in record deal

MLSsoccer.com's Russ Thaler and Andrew Wiebe are joined by Sean Johnson to break down Montreal's win over DC United.
Matteo Mancosu led the way with a brace as Montreal crushed DC United on the road to advance in the MLS Cup playoffs.
MLS Cup Playoffs: Taylor Kemp (90'+4) DC United 2-4 Montreal Impact
MLS Cup Playoffs: Lamar Neagle (90') DC United 1-4 Montreal Impact

D.C. United has acquired midfielder Luciano Acosta on a permanent basis from Boca Juniors, following the completion of a one-year loan, the club has announced.

While the transfer fee was not disclosed, the Major League Soccer club acknowledged that it was a record deal, with the total outlay for the 5-foot-3 midfielder the highest for the team in nearly a decade.

Acosta, 22, will occupy a Designated Player spot for the majority of his contract. Targeted Allocation Money will be used to buy down...