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ASN Morning Read: Big Move Coming for Besler?

Sporting KC's CEO and Besler's agent acknowledge the defender has received plenty of interest from overseas; Altidore discussed the extent of his injury and it's pretty clear that he wasn't "ready and available."
BY Jesse Yomtov Posted
July 04, 2014
8:38 AM
  • Sporting Kansas City CEO Robb Heineman said Thursday that the club has received "enormous interest" in Matt Besler from “different leagues all over the world." Besler’s agent, Eddie Rock was extremely candid and said that if something were to happen, it would happen “probably within the next 10 days."

    Rock says Besler is weighing three options: Sign an extension with Sporting KC, go the Premier League or go to the Bundesliga. He says they've received offers from teams in both leagues.

  • Jozy Altidore was on was on Mike & Mike yesterday morning and revealed the true extent of his hamstring injury. "I had a grade two tear in the Ghana game," he said. "The timetable to come back was realistically very late in the tournament."

  • Taking a look at the player pool a mere 1,436 days before the 2018 World Cup kicks off in Russia.

  • Brian Sciaretta reports Aron Johannsson will undergo ankle surgery ahead of the upcoming season.

  • Jermaine Jones seems to be hinting at a move to MLS… on Instagram: “S/o & Thanks for the support from the Fans in US and in Brazil AMAZING!!! maybe we see us in MLS ;) “

  • Despite being out of contract, Stuart Holden is going to return to Bolton to resume his rehabilitation and fitness work. He’ll be eligible for any friendly, U-21 or development squad matches, but would need to sign a contract to play in competitive fixtures.

  • Remember “Idiot On The Field” who ran around on the pitch during Tuesday’s match while security seemed to not care? Well, he got into the stadium with a disabled access ticket. Apparently he did the same thing at the 2010 World Cup semifinals after entering the stadium in a wheelchair.

  • Asked if he would have been pleased with the United States’ World Cup outcome, Carlos Bocanegra said he “would have taken that in a heartbeat.”

  • U.S. players thank the fans for their support:

  • We here at ASN wish everyone a happy Fourth of July.
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