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Chris Richards is heading back to Hoffenheim on loan for this season, as the young American defender will not be a key member of Bayern Munich’s first team squad.
Richards, 21, spent the second half of last season on loan at Hoffenheim and excelled as a regular for them.
According to a report from Sport1 in Germany, Richards created a great impression at Hoffenheim and some Premier League clubs were interested in signing him this summer. A separate report from CBS says that Richards will also sign a new long-term contract at Bayern Munich as part of the deal which sees him head out on loan to Hoffenheim.
This move will suit everyone, as the USMNT need to add more depth and options at center back and Richards, with his supreme ball-playing ability, is one of Gregg Berhalter’s big hopes in that position. The FC Dallas academy product has a big personality and Hoffenheim like that about him, as well as his play on the pitch.
Another USMNT center back who grabbed a move is Cameron Carter-Vickers, 23.
The Tottenham Hotspur center back played a lot in preseason for Nuno Espirito Santo’s men but picked up an injury in recent weeks.
After previous loan spells at Swansea City, Stoke City, Luton Town, and Bournemouth in the Championship — he missed out on promotion to the Premier League with Bournemouth last season in the playoffs — Carter-Vickers has one year left on his current Tottenham contract.
This is the biggest move of his career so far and it is a huge opportunity for the defender to prove he can play week in, week out at a club like Celtic who are in the Europa League.
USMNT forward Matthew Hoppe, who had a great tournament in the Gold Cup this summer, is close to sealing a move to Real Mallorca from Bundesliga giants Schalke.
Hoppe, 20, had a great first season in the Bundesliga in 2020-21 but Schalke were relegated and it seems like he’s now heading to La Liga as he’s one of the only players who the cash-strapped club can sell this summer.
According to a report from Diario de Mallorca, the California native is available for as little as $3.5 million and Real Mallorca are in talks with Schalke over a deal.
It is believed the American owners of Real Mallorca (led by Robert Sarver, with the likes of Steve Nash and Stu Holden as minority owners) are keen to push the deal over the line.
Hoppe is a versatile forward who can play centrally or out wide and he was impressive in the Gold Cup success this summer. After becoming the first-ever American to score a hat trick in the Bundesliga last season, he was linked with moves all across Europe but this one could work out very well.
He will likely get regular minutes at La Liga new boys Mallorca and the Spanish side have started the season very well as they sit in sixth place with two wins and a draw from their first three games. USMNT fans, start arranging your away day trips to Palma…
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After an epic summer of moves so far with Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo on the move, Kylian Mbappe could still move to Real Madrid on transfer deadline day, while the likes of Daniel James, Eddie Nketiah and Emerson Royal could also move on.
The likes of Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea and Crystal Palace could all be busy late in the window and there are always a few surprises on deadline day.
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Then, at 5 p.m. ET on NBCSN, NBC Sports presents a three-hour Transfer Deadline Day Special covering all the breaking news and providing insights and analysis on the latest transfers at Tuesday’s deadline.
The show will feature Rebecca Lowe, Robbie Earle, Tim Howard, former Premier League player Robbie Mustoe, and NBC Sports Premier League Insider David Ornstein.
Arsenal started the day off with a bang, signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Borussia Dortmund for a record fee, and there are more deals expected to be completed today, including Olivier Giroud to Chelsea and Michy Batshuayi to Chelsea. In addition, with the World Cup six months away, some other players will be looking for a loan around Europe for more playing time.
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