Confirmed Transfers

After Year-Long Hiatus The Fifth Highest Goal Scorer In MLS History Is Coming Back To The League

Kei Kamara, who has the fifth most goals in MLS history, signed a one-year deal with CF Montreal on Friday.

Manager Of MLS Newcomer Charlotte FC Gives All-Time Quote On Season Expectations: ‘We Are Screwed’

Charlotte FC manager Miguel Ángel Ramírez might have just become my favorite in MLS after he gave a brutally honest answer to the press on Thursday about how his expansion side will fair in the upcoming season.

Two weeks before Charlotte’s first MLS game, Ramírez has stated that his club “are screwed.”

It’s Official: USMNT Keeper Matt Turner Is Going From New England To Old England

The New England Revolution made it official Friday, announcing goalkeeper Matt Turner will join Arsenal FC of the Premier League on a summer transfer.

Juventus, Bayern Munich And Brazil Star Douglas Costa Joins LA Galaxy As Designated Player

Brazil international Douglas Costa has signed for Los Angeles Galaxy, the Major League Soccer club said on Thursday, as the winger completed an initial loan move from Brazil's Grêmio that will become a permanent deal to the end of the 2023 season.

Chicago Fire Sign Alpine Messi, Immediately Rename Him Lake Michigan Messi

The Chicago Fire have signed Switzerland winger Xherdan Shaqiri from Olympique Lyonnais on a contract until 2024, the Major League Soccer (MLS) club announced on Wednesday, bringing a swift end to his time with the French side.

Shaqiri only joined Lyon from Liverpool in August to strengthen the Ligue 1 side's attacking options but scored just twice in 16 appearances in all competitions.

Minnesota Announces Groundbreaking Two-Sport Athlete Sarah Fuller As Team's First Signing

Minnesota's new women-led, community-owned club is absolutely rolling right now. 

After tapping into the state's previously unmet desire for a high-level women's soccer team by crowdfunding over $1 million from 3,000 investors, the club then revealed its name, badge and branding — as voted on by community owners — at the end of January: Minnesota Aurora FC.

Which Club Has Spent The Most On Transfers Over The Last 10 Years?

Manchester United returned to the top of the table on Monday but not the one they were hoping for as they were named the club with the biggest transfer losses in the last decade, splashing out more than $1.14 billion on players.

A study published by Switzerland-based independent research group CIES Football Observatory revealed United had a net spend of $1.23 billion since 2012, spending $1.77 billion on transfers while making $538 million back in player sales.

Christian Eriksen Could Be Club's "Greatest Signing Ever," Says Brentford Manager

Brentford manager Thomas Frank said on Thursday Christian Eriksen could be the club's "greatest signing" ever and he hoped the Danish midfielder would be able to make his Premier League debut within a few weeks.

The 29-year-old player joined Brentford as a free agent on Monday, seven months after he suffered a cardiac arrest on the pitch during a European Championship match.

Eriksen's former club Inter Milan ended his contract in December because he is not permitted to play in Serie A due to the presence of a heart starter device (implantable cardioverter-defibrillator).

First Transfer From Liga MX Femenil To NWSL Is Also First Cryptocurrency Transfer In Women's Soccer

Six months ago, the Spanish-Brazilian midfielder Stefany Ferrer van Ginkel signed with Tigres and became the first foreign player in Liga MX Femenil's history. Unfortunately, her contribution was underwhelming, and with just one goal in 10 games (224 minutes, to be accurate), she is now leaving the team.

Her departure, though, is not without another milestone in Mexican soccer. After joining Angel City FC, Ferrer van Ginkel is the first transfer in history from Liga MX Femenil to the American NWSL.