A USMNT bomb dropped late Monday night, as ESPN’s Mark Stein revealed that the Philadelphia Union are in advanced talks to bring Alejandro Bedoya to Major League Soccer.
Bedoya, a steady presence in the United States international squad since 2013, has been with French side FC Nantes for the last three seasons, 96 appearances and scoring 14 goals.
The 29-year-old New Jersey product follows a number of United States internationals who have come back home to Major League Soccer after a lengthy European career over the last half-decade, such as Michael Bradley, Clint Dempsey, and most recently Tim Howard.
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Bedoya, an outspoken presence on social media, is a defensively stout winger with a high work rate who can also get forward and have an attacking presence.