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Brotherly Game Daily Links: U.S. men take care of business against Trinidad and Tobago

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MLS News

Salzburg keeper Carlos Miguel Coronel linked to New York move
The Brazilian previously played for Gerhard Struber in Salzburg reserves and had brief a loan stint with Philadelphia in 2019 before returning to Austria.

Rumors continue to swirl as Aaron Long prepares for Trinidad and transfer deadline
Tom Bogert reports that one club from the second division Championship has made the only official bid for Long thus far. ESPN’s Carlisle elaborated that the bid involved a potential permanent transfer fee of $2-3 million, well below the $8m bid from West Ham United rejected by New York two years ago.

Toronto FC linked to River Plate forward Santos Borre
It’s also worth noting that the Colombian is reportedly out of contract in the summer, which has peaked interest around the globe for his services. He has consistently been linked with a move out of Argentina and back to Europe, with several Premier League, La Liga, and Serie A teams reportedly circling.

Report: Several La Liga clubs interested in Pablo Piatti
Piatti, 31, spent 12 seasons in Spain, including stints with UD Almeria, Valencia, and Espanyol before joining Toronto in 2020. In 2016-17, he’d be one of 11 players named to the UEFA La Liga Team of the Season, joining the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

U.S. Soccer News

2021 January Friendly: USA 7-0 Trinidad & Tobago – the Stars and Stripes win by a touchdown
The team dominated possession, moved the ball easily, and set up scores of chances. The side kept a high defensive line and stopped T&T from building anything out of the back or doing much to pass the ball in midfield.

Report: Former women’s national team coach Jill Ellis to join Sacramento Republic FC
Former U.S. Women’s national team coach Jill Ellis will join Sacramento’s NWSL team in a front-office role, according to a report by The Athletic.

Rest of the World News

Barcelona, Messi to take legal action over €555m contract leak
Sources have confirmed to ESPN that Messi will take action against El Mundo and any Barca personnel involved in the leaking of the contract. There are only four copies of the contract — Messi has one, Barca have another, La Liga has a copy and so does Cuatrecasas, the law firm used by the Argentina international.

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