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Toronto FC's Jozy Altidore drawing Ligue 1, Serie A attention - source

Jozy Altidore looks ahead to Toronto FC's push for the playoffs and discusses the youth movement on the USMNT.

Toronto FC and U.S. national team striker Jozy Altidore could be headed back to Europe, a source with knowledge of the situation has told ESPN FC.

Altidore, 28, has drawn the interest of a club in Ligue 1 as well as one in Serie A, the source said, but the Italian transfer window closed on Friday evening with no word of a deal.

The French window doesn't close until the end of this month, providing some more time to get a deal done should interest persist.

Altidore's agent, Lyle Yorks, didn't respond...

Giovanni Reyna, 15, to leave NYCFC to join Borussia Dortmund - sources

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New York City FC academy product Giovanni Reyna, the son of the club's sporting director and former U.S. star Claudio Reyna, is set to join the youth program of Borussia Dortmund, sources confirmed to ESPN FC.

Goal.com was the first to report the news on Thursday.

The younger Reyna will head to Germany once he turns 16 in November, looking to emulate the success of U.S. international midfielder Christian Pulisic, who also joined Dortmund at the same age in 2015.

Reyna has a Portuguese passport because...

Peter Vermes deserves chance to be next USMNT coach - Caleb Porter

Sporting Kansas City are now 2nd in the west after picking up an impressive road victory over LAFC.
Jozy Altidore looks ahead to Toronto FC's push for the playoffs and discusses the youth movement on the USMNT.

Sporting Kansas City's Peter Vermes "deserves the shot" to be the next coach of the United States men's national team, his contemporary Caleb Porter told The Athletic.

Porter, who stepped down as coach of the Portland Timbers last November, also said he believes he's a candidate for the position, which has been filled by Dave Sarachan on an interim basis since the resignation of Bruce Arena last year.

But Porter said Vermes, who serves as both the coach and technical director of Sporting KC, should...

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DeAndre Yedlin knee injury 'not serious,' Newcastle confirms

American DeAndre Yedlin hobbles off at the end of the match with an apparent knee injury.

The knee injury suffered by United States international DeAndre Yedlin in Newcastle's 2-1 loss to Tottenham on Saturday is "not serious," the club has confirmed.

In a statement on their website, Newcastle said the quick right-back "has been assessed and undergone treatment this week and is likely to resume training with his teammates shortly."

Yedlin took an awkward fall while challenging for the ball late in the second half, and the former Seattle Sounders star received lengthy treatment on...

Geoff Cameron likely to leave Stoke City before end of EFL window - source

Stoke City's Geoff Cameron could be leaving the club, according to sources close to the player.

United States international Geoff Cameron looks to be on his way out of Stoke City a source with knowledge of the situation has confirmed to ESPN FC, though his eventual destination is unknown.

The Telegraph was first to report that Stoke manager Gary Rowett had informed Cameron and three other players that they were free to leave the club. The report went on to name Werder Bremen and Rayo Vallecano as possible landing spots, but the source indicated that Cameron wouldn't end up at either club.

Cameron,...