Happy Thursday everyone. Yesterday, I made the long trip home from the Women’s World Cup in New Zealand and Australia. Wednesday for me was about 46 hours, so while I catch up on some sleep, here’s the news from yesterday:
Da’vian Kimbrough becomes the youngest professional player in American sports history, as the 13-year-old signs with the Sacramento Republic.
Matt Turner is headed to Nottingham Forest on a 4-year deal. Here’s hoping he solidifies his place as the starter and helps Forest a ton between the posts.
Former D.C. United defender Joseph Mora has been waived by Charlotte FC. It’s unknown where the next stop is for the 30-year-old Costa Rican.
The Kylian Mbappé-PSG drama continues, as the forward will miss PSG’s opening match.
Harry Maguire and James Ward-Prowse are headed to London Stadium as West Ham secures transfers to bring both of them to the club.
Monterrey’s president says the Leagues Cup is set up to favor MLS teams, which make up 6 of the final 8. Monterrey’s president is partially right in that future editions of the tournament should include having Liga MX teams playing at home. But, this tournament is set up to favor Lionel Messi, not the other MLS teams.
Alright, back to sleep I go.