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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

United States U17 player Josh Perez to join Serie A club Fiorentina

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Josh Perez, playing here for the U.S. in the U17 World Cup, has announced he's reached a deal with Fiorentina of Serie A.

Josh Perez, the nephew of former U.S. international Hugo Perez, announced on his Twitter account that he's reached an agreement on a contract with Serie A club Fiorentina.

Perez, who played for the U.S. national team in this year's Under-17 World Cup, had to wait until his 18th...

Panel: Sizing up Miazga, Pulisic, other next-up USMNT youngsters

Jurgen Klinsmann is impressed with the performances of young players for the U.S. during January camp and Sunday's win over Iceland.

It has already been an eventful 2016 for the U.S. men's national team. Jurgen Klinsmann & Co. put a mix of veterans and newcomers through the paces at the team's annual January camp, and there has been a flurry of club signings, movement and impressive performances.

Among the most notable headliners have been youngsters: Matt Miazga moved from the Red Bulls to Chelsea, Jordan Morris signed with the Sounders, Christian Pulisic impressed in a first-team appearance for Borussia Dortmund and several up-and-comers played well for the USMNT in its recent friendly against Iceland.

Should Miazga get significant minutes at center-back with the U.S.? Should Pulisic soon get called up to the senior team? Overall, which rising Americans are poised to step up for the senior team now or in the near future?

We assembled a panel of three ESPN FC analysts -- Insiders Doug McIntyre and Kasey Keller, along with Paul Carr from ESPN Stats & Information -- to evaluate next-up youngsters at each position for the USMNT.

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

U.S. Soccer files lawsuit against women's national team over CBA

ESPN FC's Julie Foudy discusses why U.S. Soccer has sued the women's national team and what it could mean as the team begins Olympic qualifying.

The U.S. Soccer Federation has sued the union of its World Cup-winning women's soccer team, saying it fears that players may attempt to strike ahead of this year's Olympics.

The lawsuit was filed in Chicago federal court Wednesday. In a statement, U.S. Soccer said it "reluctantly" filed the suit to "confirm the existence" of a collective bargaining agreement with the union representing the U.S. women's national team.

The USSF alleges that Richard Nichols, the executive director of the Women's...

United States midfielder Stuart Holden retires from football

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Stuart Holden, left, announced he is retiring from professional soccer on Wednesday.

CARSON, Calif. -- Stuart Holden, the former Bolton Wanderers, Houston Dynamo and U.S. national team midfielder, officially announced his retirement on Wednesday.

Holden, 30, was ravaged by injury during his 10-year career, especially during the past six years. Holden suffered a broken leg in a friendly against the Netherlands in early 2010, shortly after leaving Houston and signing with Bolton, but recovered in time to play in that summer's World Cup.