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Brotherly Game Daily Links: McKenzie signs new contract

Bedoya speaks, Minnesota trades for a new keeper and more in today’s links

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Philadelphia Union News

Philadelphia Union Sign Defender Mark McKenzie To New Contract
Philadelphia Union announced today that the club has signed centerback and homegrown player Mark McKenzie to a new contract. A Union homegrown signing in 2018, McKenzie will now remain under contract with Philadelphia through the 2022 season, with club options for 2023 and 2024

Alejandro Bedoya on Inter Miami momentum, Philadelphia Union outlook for 2020
Alejandro Bedoya is looking to continue the Philadelphia Union’s upward trajectory in 2020, but he’s also keeping close tabs on one of Major League Soccer’s new expansion teams.

Bedoya on CBA negotiations: MLSPA offers “have been very reasonable”
“I’m not going to get into too many specifics, as they are ongoing, but I will say the offers we’ve made as a union, as a players association, have been very reasonable with the growth and the numbers that we’ve seen the league have historically.”

MLS News

Tyler Miller traded to Minnesota United
Miller, 26, spent the last two seasons with LAFC, after being the team’s first pick in their expansion draft ahead of the 2018 season.

Rapids sign 19-year-old Argentinian winger Braian Galván
In their third player announcement in as many days, the Colorado Rapids have signed Argentinian Braian (“Brian”) Galvan. Galvan made his professional debut at the age of 17 and will be joining the Rapids on July 7th after his current contract with Club Atlético Colón expires in June.

Whitecaps acquire Canadian-born Gutierrez
The 22-year-old who has represented Chile at the youth level and is eligible to play for Canada, has agreed to a contract through 2021, with an option for 2022 and 2023.

Ismael Tajouri-Shradi signs new multi-year deal with NYCFC
In 46 matches for the Blues, Tajouri-Shradi has netted 16 goals and assisted 7 others making him a huge threat in NYCFC’s attack.