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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Aaronson adjusting well to first USMNT camp

Fire lose to lose key player, Orlando zeroing in on next coach and the U.S. rout Cuba

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Philadelphia Union News

Union’s Brenden Aaronson takes in first top-level U.S. national team camp
The 18-year-old Medford native is in the midst of his first senior U.S. training camp, a great honor for a Rookie of the Year-worthy season with the Union.

MLS News

Colorado Rapids willing to spend over $1 million to get Columbus CB Lalas Abubakar
Colorado is one of several teams interested in Abubakar, according to a Crew spokesperson, who would not confirm specific bid amounts.

Nemanja Nikolic pens personal letter saying goodbye to Chicago Fire
The 2017 Golden Boot winner finished with 51 goals and six assists in 96 matches. Nikolic, 31, was originally acquired from Legia Warsaw and has played extensively for the Hungarian national team.

Why Anton Tinnerholm spurned European offers to stay at NYCFC
Anton Tinnerholm had offers from Belgium and the Netherlands, but opted to sign a new multi-year contract with NYCFC.

Report: Former Real Madrid boss Santiago Solari could be next Orlando City coach
The Lions and Argentine manager Santiago Solari (a former Stockton University player) are in advanced talks, according to AS. Solari, 43, recently coached at La Liga superclub Real Madrid after working up their youth ranks in a managerial role.

U.S. Soccer News

2019 CONCACAF Nations League recap - USA 7-0 Cuba: Weston McKennie puts on a show
Goals, goals, goals to open the competition.