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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Union begin assembling 2020 roster

Union trade Trusty and pickup some options, Colorado makes two trades and more in today’s links

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Philadelphia Union News

Philadelphia Union exercise options on eight players, decline two and extend contract offers to four
Joe Bendik, Cory Burke, Warren Creavalle, Anthony Fontana, Olivier Mbaizo, Mark McKenzie, Michee Ngalina and Matt Real are all under contract for 2020, the Philadelphia Union announced on Wednesday.

Philadelphia Union get up to $750k in allocation money, potential sell-on fee in Auston Trusty trade
The Colorado Rapids are providing $300,000 in targeted allocation money for 2020, $300,000 in general allocation money for 2021 and up to $150,000 in additional general allocation money if Trusty meets “certain performance metrics.”

Medunjanin and Fabian not returning to Philadelphia Union in 2020
A report from cites a source saying the Philadelphia Union have declined Marco Fabian’s option and are not extending an offer to Haris Medunjanin.

MLS News

Colorado Rapids, Philadelphia Union, Columbus Crew SC wheel and deal
A pair of major trades went down on Wednesday, both involving the Colorado Rapids. Colorado acquired a pair of young center backs in Auston Trusty and Lalas Abubakar, from the Philadelphia Union and Columbus Crew SC, respectively.

Houston Dynamo trade Romell Quioto to Montreal Impact for Victor Cabrera, allocation money
The Montreal Impact made one of the first big splashes of the Thierry Henry era on Wednesday evening, acquiring Honduran international winger Romell Quioto from the Houston Dynamo in exchange for defender Victor Cabrera and $100,000 in General Allocation Money.

NYCFC Announce 2020 Roster Options
City announce who will be leaving and coming back for the 2020 MLS season.

Vancouver Whitecaps transfer Doneil Henry to Korean side Suwon Bluewings
here was no statement on the transfer fee, but club sources told ProSoccerUSA that the Whitecaps will retain a percentage of any future transfer fee.