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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Fabian worth the risk for the Union

Miami out of Fabian race, Mbaizo set for big 2019 and what now after #SaveTheCrew

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Philadelphia Union News

Mbaizo poised for big 2019
Derek Jones also gets a shout out in this article from the MLS website.

Miami not involved in Marco Fabian transfer saga
Though Taylor Twellman has denied that Miami is in play for Fabián, his assertion that the midfielder will be in Philadelphia past 2019 comes with a couple of curious qualifiers.

Why Marco Fabian is a risk worth taking for the Union
Signing Fabian would be a much-needed victory for Union sporting director Ernst Tanner, who has talked a good game since replacing Earnie Stewart last summer, but has little to really show for his time with the Union.

MLS News

#SaveTheCrew worked, now what?
After a 15-month roller coaster ride -- one that started with a threatened relocation to Austin, Texas, and ended with the team getting new owners who will keep the organization in Columbus -- that is the question for president Tim Bezbatchenko and manager Caleb Porter.

LA Galaxy trying to restructure Gio Dos Santos’ contract
After Zlatan Ibrahimovic became the highest paid player in the league, it was assumed one of Jonathan dos Santos or Romain Alessandrini would have to restructure their contracts to remain in Los Angeles.

Marlins Park out as 2020 home for Inter Miami
Team management has had discussions with FIU about Riccardo Silva Stadium, which housed Miami FC, but a source with knowledge of those talks said it is not an ideal site because of the artificial turf. Mas hinted that there is another solution in the works, but wouldn’t offer any details.

LA Galaxy sign Diego Polenta
The 26-year old with joins LA from his native Nacional, where he delivered two titles and was recognized as the league’s top defender at one point before eventually captaining the club.