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MLS commish on Charlotte team: No deal yet

Major League Soccer will try to reach an agreement for its 30th team to be Charlotte, North Carolina, which could start play as soon as 2021.

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Expansion Inter Miami, Nashville learn first MLS foes

MLS announced its list of opening day fixtures for the 2020 season with expansion Nashville SC and Inter Miami learning their first opponents.

Dos Santos' comments 'completely and utterly ridiculous' (2:30)
Will Alan Pulido land in MLS, Cruz Azul or Europe? (1:16)
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RSL stays with Juarez as coach, Fall as GM

Freddy Juarez was named the permanent head coach at Real Salt Lake on Tuesday and Elliot Fall was named the new general manager

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3dKristian Dyer

MLS Hot Stove: Is Chicharito finally coming?

Less than a month since Seattle's MLS Cup triumph, clubs are already shaping their 2020 rosters. Hot Stove has the latest transfer gossip in MLS.

Moreno: Temper expectations if Chicharito moves to MLS (1:48)
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7dJeff Carlisle

MLS CBA: Will there be a work stoppage?

The Collective Bargaining Agreement between MLS and the players expires in January. Can the two sides come to an agreement without a work stoppage?

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7dTom Marshall

Liga MX top scorer Pulido hints at MLS move

Liga MX 2019 Apertura top scorer Alan Pulido feels his time at Chivas is up and has admitted his next destination is likely MLS.

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De Boer on Copa hero: We called him Gabi-no-gol

Frank de Boer has said Gabigol, Flamengo's Copa Libertadores hero, was known as "Gabi-no-gol" while the two were together at Inter Milan.

Is Luis Suarez too old to be the face of Inter Miami? (1:06)
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14dKristian Dyer

Is Van Bronckhorst the man for NYCFC?

Giovanni van Bronckhorst appears in pole position to replace Domenec Torrent at New York City FC, but don't rule out David Villa or Thierry Henry.

Red Bulls bid farewell to Bradley Wright-Phillips (2:06)