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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Wooten could return for Union against New England

Aaronson coveted by Bundesliga sides, Juventus title win on hold and more in today’s links

MLS: New York City FC at Philadelphia Union James Lang-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Union News

Union’s Andrew Wooten may finally play Saturday vs. New England; Revolution star Carles Gil likely out
Wooten has been dealing with an unspecified “upper leg strain” for a while, according to the league’s injury report. He has been close to being ready for a while, Curtin said, but hasn’t gotten off the bench.

2019’s postseason experience has Union ready for KO round
Curtin focused on the team’s 2019 playoff win over New York Red Bulls as he discussed his young team’s preparation for Saturday night.

Brenden Aaronson scouted by Bundesliga sides - Shades of Kai Havertz?
Among the clubs that are looking for a playmaker like Aaronson are Hoffenheim, Borussia Mönchengladbach, and Eintracht Frankfurt. Freiburg have also scouted the player.

MLS News

MLS is Back Tournament Round of 16: An early preview at each match
The top two teams from each of the six groups earn automatic berths to the Round of 16 and four other wild cards will round out the field: the next four best 3rd-place finishers based on points total.

Houston Dynamo out of MLS is Back tournament after stoppage time penalty
It was a disappointing evening for the Houston Dynamo who led for most of their final game of Group F against the LA Galaxy in the MLS is Back tournament. The familiar “sitting deep” on a lead is a tactic Houston fans know well, and they know it often doesn’t end well.

Topsy-turvy: LAFC 2, Portland Timbers 2
For the third straight game, Los Angeles Football Club conceded first at the MLS is Back Tournament, but for the third straight game, they came back and achieved a result.

Rest of the World News

Juventus title win on hold after shock loss to Udinese
Juve are now on 80 points from 35 games and can seal the title with a win over Sampdoria on Sunday or if chasing Inter Milan and Atalanta fail to win on Saturday. Udinese, on 39 points, are almost certain to avoid relegation from Serie A.