Football Transfer News
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Japan star Keisuke Honda says he planned to retire after this year's World Cup but changed his mind when offered a contract by the Melbourne Victory in Australian football's A-League.Already retired from...
Supplied video obtained Thursday, August 9, 2018, of young Socceroos and Melbourne City star Daniel Arzani speaking about his transfer to the A-League’s sister club and English Premier League champions, Manchester City. The 19-year-old says playing overseas was always a dream of his and speaks about following in the footsteps of Aaron Mooy, who moved from Melbourne to Manchester City in 2016. (AAP Video/Supplied/Melbourne City FC) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY
Young Socceroos phenomenon Daniel Arzani signs for Premier League champion Manchester City on England's transfer deadline day, and is expected to immediately join Tom Rogic's Celtic on loan.
Erik Hurtado scored in the 87th minute to snag a point at Yankee Stadium against NYCFC.
Twice-capped Socceroos attacker Bernie Ibini has moved from Canada to the Middle East after signing a deal with U.A.E. Pro League club Emirates Club.
The 25-year-old winger has been at the Vancouver Whitecaps since May last year, scoring one goal in 25 Major League Soccer appearances.
Ibini burst onto the A-League scene with Central Coast Mariners before switching to Sydney FC, starting in every match of the 2014-15 campaign.
A dream transfer to Club Brugge in Belgium followed but a broken leg suffered...
The Portland Timbers are climbing up the Western Conference as they match a club record of 15-straight unbeaten games. The Portland Timbers are set to reacquire U.S. international defender Jorge Villafana from Liga MX side Santos Laguna, sources have confirmed to ESPN FC.
MLSSoccer.com was the first to report the move.
Portland is set to send $175,000 of Targeted Allocation Money and General Allocation Money to the LA Galaxy in exchange for the top spot in the allocation order to make the move. Villafana was subject to the allocation order due to the fact that the Timbers received a transfer fee greater than $500,000...
Daniel Royer scored a goal in each half against LAFC to help the New York Red Bulls get back to winning ways.
Former U.S. youth international Josh Perez is set to sign with LAFC, sources confirmed to ESPN FC, with a deal expected to be finalized before the close of MLS's summer transfer window on Wednesday night.
American Soccer Now's Brian Sciaretta was first to report LAFC's pursuit of Perez.
Perez, 20, spent parts of the last three seasons at Serie A side Fiorentina but made only one first-team appearance during that time.
He spent last season on loan at then-Serie C side Livorno, making 23 appearances...
South African Premier Soccer League clubs are still busy in the transfer market and have until the end of the month to sign new players, but most have already filled their foreign quotas for this season.
There are a number of new players from across the African continent that have been drafted into squads, from the relatively unknown to players who have been on the radar of PSL clubs for some time. It's also noteworthy how many have been signed on the back of their performances at the Cosafa Cup......
Japan star Keisuke Honda is set to be unveiled by Melbourne Victory as the biggest marquee star in the club's history tomorrow morning.
JAPANESE star Keisuke Honda has admitted that he’s close to signing with an A-League club and expects to be able to make an official announcement “in a few days”.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Alphonso Davies showed why he landed a big transfer deal with German soccer giant Bayern Munich, dazzling the home crowd in the Vancouver Whitecaps' 4-2 victory over Minnesota United on Saturday...
Janusz Michallik explains why a Bayern move would make sense for Alphonso Davies as the German giants reportedly close in on the Canadian teenager.
Bayern Munich have agreed a deal to sign 17-year-old Canadian phenom Alphonso Davies from the Vancouver Whitecaps, according to multiple reports.
The Athletic reported on Tuesday that the two clubs had reached an agreement for a base transfer fee of $13 million -- which would already be a record for an outgoing MLS player -- with performance-related add-ons that could bring the total to $19 million.
According to MLSsoccer.com, Davies will remain with the Whitecaps until the end of the...
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop explains why he doesn't see Usain Bolt's six-week A-League trial as anything more than a piece of commercialism.
Sprinting great Usain Bolt appears close to securing a trial stint with the Central Coast Mariners.
When it comes to Usain Bolt potentially joining the A-League or any other issue in football, Tim Cahill believes it should boil down to what the fans want.
Central Coast chief executive Shaun Mielekamp has flown to London this weekend with high hopes of signing a deal for Bolt to undertake a six-week trial.
Football Federation Australia must tip in about $900,000 from its marquee fund, established to help clubs sign stars capable of boosting the A-League's profile, for the Mariners to sign the eight-time...
The ESPN FC crew debate whether Major League Soccer's punishment for Mike Petke's outburst was fair, given the substance of his complaints.
Alejandro Moreno runs through his awards for Week 20 in MLS, including the best and worst of Zack Steffen and a bit of magic from Alphonso Davies.
Check out every goal from Week 20 in MLS, including Paul Arriola's big night at D.C.'s new home and Dom Dwyer helping Orlando City end its slump.
New York Red Bulls are on the verge of completing the signing of Andreas Ivan, the club have announced.
Once the Romanian right-winger's P-1 visa is processed, he will become the MLS side's first signing of the transfer window.
Ivan, 23, had joined the team as a trial for a week in June and will take up an international spot in the squad.
"We are pleased to welcome Andreas to our club," Red Bulls sporting director Denis Hamlett said. "Andreas is a young, dynamic player with a lot of qualities we...
Orlando Pirates have agreed the transfer of three players to Premier Soccer League rivals Chippa United, including last season's captain Thabo Matlaba and Ghanaian striker Bernard Morrison.
Midfielder Thamsanqa Sangweni is the third player headed for Port Elizabeth after spending just a season with Pirates having been sold by Chippa ahead of the last campaign.
"All three players are highly talented and will add value to this young side," Chippa owner Siviwe Mpengesi said in a statement on Friday.