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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Blake’s 30th career clean sheet

Looking ahead to Montreal, MLS Weekend review and transfer news from Europe

MLS: Chicago Fire at Philadelphia Union Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Union News

Box Score: Philadelphia Union 2, Chicago Fire 0
Andre Blake logged his 30th career MLS clean sheet.

Union’s Anthony Fontana steps up in best game since MLS debut
Fontana scored the second goal of the Union’s 2-0 win over Chicago.

Impact Finally Find Consistency, But Not the Right Kind
Union travel to Montreal next to face the Impact, let’s see how their last game went.

MLS News

D.C. United holds out for 89 minutes, but Atlanta United takes 2-0 decision
A stubborn Black-and-Red largely contained Atlanta, but couldn’t hold out long enough.

Revolution 2, Cincinnati 0: Revs now unbeaten in 10
Carles Gil got things started in the ninth minute when he collected his seventh goal of the season. Cristian Penilla originally tried to set up Gustavo Bou but the Designated Player never gained possession. The ball instead fell to Gil, who placed it into the back of the net.

White’s goal, plus woodwork, gives RBNY three road points
The lone goal of the night came in the 32nd minute, as young upstart Brian White continued his solid season.

Portland Timbers take down Seattle Sounders 2-1 in contentious Cascadia Clash
In a tightly contested Cascadia Cup match the Portland Timbers emerged with all three points, taking down the Seattle Sounders 2-1 thanks to a brace from Brian Fernandez.

Rest of the World News

Zidane on Bale: ‘We hope he leaves soon’
Gareth Bale’s time at Real Madrid is almost certainly over after head coach Zinedine Zidane revealed the club is working on transferring the 30-year-old this summer.

Sources: De Gea saga to end with six-year deal
The Spaniard is expected to pen his new deal, worth more than £110 million, before the start of the season to bring an end to 18 months of talks.

Sources: Man Utd reject £54m Inter bid for Lukaku
United value Lukaku, who has four years left on his contract, between £80m and £90m after paying Everton £75m for the striker two years ago.