CM – MLS Transfer Summary, Sporting KC II Signing, Freeman Loan, Cerner Debt

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It’s been a hot minute since we did a little tour, let’s go.

Today, Sporting Kansas City II announced they have added another academy contract to their USL Championship roster. They signed forward Zion Long, their third forward of the summer. On his Twitter profile he is number 9, so he might be an attacker, but there isn’t a lot of information. He is attached to Grand Canyon University and this contract will not interfere with his eligibility for the university.

SKC II lacked a real center-forward since Tyler Freeman (who is more of a false 9) started at 2. Bundesliga. Also, the team have recently played wingers in this role, as Enoch Mushagalusa and Rojay Smith got most of the minutes. Ropapa Mensah has been injured and Dominik Resetar has potentially fallen out of favor as he cannot enter the pitch.

Long joins fellow SKC Academy strikers Daniel Gutierrez and Coby Jones as recent signings. Jones has played both LW and LB since signing. Maybe Long will show up on Saturday, as the team often signs up when it comes to smaller players heading to a game.

Speaking of SKC Homegrown Tyler Freeman, there are new reports from Germany which seem to show he is likely to play for Karlsruher SC’s U-19s, as opposed to their first team. It comes after this week’s announcement that he would be spending next year there on loan. It may disappoint some SKC fans, but Germany’s Premier Division is clearly superior to MLS and then it would seem to show that its 2nd Division is superior to USL. He will have to earn those minutes. (h / t to Mike Kuhn for the find).

Although not elected, MLS All-Star Coach Bob Bradley added Daniel Salloi to the All-Star Team. Then Salloi quickly drilled a hole in Bob’s defense on Wednesday. He is the first Sporting player to cross the Pro Pathway and be part of the All-Star Team. The way SKC told him was pretty cool.

Watch the moment Peter Vermes announced to Dániel Sallói that he would be in the All-Star Game. #SportingKC

In an article in the Kansas City Star, Kevin Hardy reports that Kansas officials may be looking to recover $ 15 million from Sporting KC because they were linked with Cerner when the company and stadium arrived in Wyandotte County. . Cerner has announced plans to sell its offices next to Children’s Mercy Park. The team is, of course, owned in part by the founders of Cerner in the Illig and Patterson families.

“OnGoal and its ownership group have fulfilled all of their obligations associated with the financing, construction and operation of the stadium, and they will always continue to do so,” the company told The Star.

So many MLS transfers have gone down in recent days. We’ve covered Sporting KC’s moves, but here’s a quick overview of the league.

For more information on transfers, MLS has a great transfer tracker that can take you as far back as you want.

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