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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Altidore may leave Toronto over Bradley comments

Minnesota linked to Boca Juniors winger, Manchester United woes continue and a venue change in the CCL

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Herc Gomez: Toronto FC considers move for Jozy Altidore after remarks on club’s handling of Michael Bradley injury
Toronto and Altidore agreed last February to a contract extension through 2022 that would appear to make the forward difficult to move, with a 2019 base salary of just under $4.9 million and annual guaranteed compensation of just over $6.3 million, according to figures provided by the MLS Players Union.

Minnesota United linked to Boca Juniors’ Emanuel Reynoso
Reynoso has made 14 league appearances for Boca Juniors this season, recording three assists in Los Xeneizes last five games. Since joining Boca, Reynoso has played 3,107 minutes across 56 appearances while tallying four goals and eight assists in all competitions.

Union de Santa Fe announce Yeimar Gómez Andrade’s move to Sounders
Andrade is 27 years old and is a strong, physical defender who will surely pair well with Xavier Arreaga going forward. He spent two years with Santa Fe, making 66 total appearances for the club. We will continue to update this story as more details emerge.

Venue changed for Atlanta United, Seattle Concacaf Champions League openers
Instead of playing in Honduras’ capital city, they’ll travel about 200 miles north to the Estadio Olimpico Metropolitano in San Pedro Sula. Seattle and Atlanta will respectively face CD Olimpia and FC Motagua, a pair of Honduran clubs that normally host their home matches at Estadio Riburcio Carias Andino.

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Man United woes put Solskjaer under increasing pressure as fan anger grows
With Burnley leading 2-0 and already well on their way to their first win at Old Trafford since 1962, Manchester United fans began to sing “stand up if you hate Glazers,” in reference to the family that owns the club. Almost as one, the stadium rose to its feet.