Nov 8, 2012, 10:15am EST
January 21, 2013
Torres: Teams Made Offers For Me This Offseason
The creative midfielder admitted, in an interview with Tertulia Liga Postobon, that there was interest from clubs heading into the 2013 preseason, but Roger Torres chose to remain with the Philadelphia Union.
January 9, 2013
Reports: Valdes Set For Year Loan With Santa Fe
The Philadelphia Union's current captain is set to return to Colombia to play with his former team, Santa Fe, in the Copa Libertadores and Liga Postobon for a year, according to reports out of Colombia.
December 29, 2012
Valdes Will Start Preseason With Santa Fe
The Philadelphia Union captain is set to spend at least part of January with Santa Fe, in Colombia, before the team and Major League Soccer make a decision on a possible six month loan.
December 21, 2012
Santa Fe Loan Dead? Valdes Recommended to Boca
The Carlos Valdes loan saga has changed almost every day and Jorge Ramos' revelation that Jose Pekerman, Colombian National Team head coach, had suggested the services of Carlos Valdes to Boca Juniors was just another interesting twist.
December 13, 2012
Valdes: If Loan Happens, It'll be For Three Months
"There has been definite interest from Santa Fe, but MLS wants a really attractive offer," Carlos Valdes said in an interview with La Banda Deportiva. If the loan was to happen, "I'll play three months before the MLS season starts."
December 12, 2012
Agent: Armani Loan Deal Dead In The Water?
"There are two clubs, one from Argentina and another in Chile that seek [Armani]," said Nikos Petropolus of ALFA Management, to the Brotherly Game. "Union have not communicated with us."
December 3, 2012
"Beto" Armani Awaiting Union Decision On Loan Deal
The Argentine striker's agent told the Brotherly Game that it's all up to the Philadelphia Union at this point in the negotiations.
November 20, 2012
Tiro Federal And Armani Haggle Over Loan Terms
"Tiro Federal's president has asked $50,000 for a six-month loan," Soria said to the Brotherly Game. "That amount for the loan is for all interested clubs. Armani's representatives want Carlos Davola, Federal's president, to lower his demands."
November 15, 2012
"Beto" Armani On The Union's Radar At Striker
The former Newell's Old Boys striker showed an interest in moving to Major League Soccer during discussions with Philadelphia Union Head Coach John Hackworth and new Director of International Player Development Ricardo Ansaldi.
November 8, 2012
Union Hire Ricardo Ansaldi As New International Sc
The Philadelphia Union hired Ricardo Ansaldi as the team's first ever Director of International Player Development. Ansaldi essentially takes over for Diego Gutierrez, who John Hackworth fired when he took over as interim head coach.