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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2019/2020 Season

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By ESPN Staff

Red Bulls sign Danish striker Mathias Jorgensen to multi-year deal

Ahead of the 2019 season, coaches from around MLS share their views on how to define success in the evolving league.
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The New York Red Bulls have signed 18-year-old Danish striker Mathias Jorgensen to a multi-year contract, the team announced Tuesday.

Terms were not officially disclosed by the club, but the MLS said the Red Bulls used targeted allocation money to complete Jorgensen's transfer from Odense Boldklub. Media outlets in Denmark reported that a transfer fee of about $2.5 million was involved.

"We are pleased to welcome Mathias to our club," said Red Bulls sporting director Denis Hamlett in a statement....

New York Red Bulls sign German midfielder Marc Rzatkowski

Marc Rzatkowski
Marc Rzatkowski was on loan with the Red Bulls last season.

The New York Red Bulls have signed German midfielder Marc Rzatkowski using targeted allocation money.

Rzatkowski played with the Red Bulls last season on loan from Red Bull Salzburg. The 28-year-old started 16 of the 24 matches he appeared and had two goals and seven assists.

Before joining the Red Bulls, Rzatkowski spent two seasons with Red Bull Salzburg and four years with FC St. Pauli. He began his career in the academy of hometown club VfL Bochum before signing his first professional contract...

Miguel Herrera: America won't pay 'crazy' fees to MLS for Alejandro 'Kaku' Romero

Alejandro 'Kaku' Romero has been linked to Club America.

Club America coach Miguel Herrera said his Liga MX club won't be held to ransom over transfer fees as Las Aguilas attempt to sign Alejandro "Kaku" Romero from New York Red Bulls.

Romero has been heavily linked with the Liga MX giant, as has Benfica's Chilean striker Nico Castillo, but America has been unable to agree transfer fees to bring in either target so far this window.

Herrera said the reigning Liga MX champion is not willing to overpay simply because it is Club America.

"We aren't desperate,...

By ESPN Staff
Jan 21, 2019

Behind the scenes with Rooney, Zlatan and other MLS stars

Take a look at the best moments from ESPN FC's time at MLS Media Day 2019 in Los Angeles.