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Union injury report, Atlanta may have their Pity replacement and Miami may have found their last DP

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Philadelphia Union News

Opponent Scout: Union battle the Revs once more
Philadelphia Union return to Subaru Park this weekend coming off an exciting and energetic three-goal and three-point performance against rival New York Red Bulls and seek to continue that momentum as they host the New England Revolution

Injury Report: Union vs. Revolution
Ahead of the club’s home match against the New England Revolution on Saturday night, Philadelphia Union Head Coach Jim Curtin provided an update on the injury status of the squad.

MLS News

Sounders vs Earthquakes, recap: Numerous records fall in 7-1 romp
The San Jose Earthquakes were lucky to lose to the Seattle Sounders 7-1. In what is almost certainly the most dominant performance of the club’s MLS history, Brian Schmetzer’s squad crushed their opponents wire-to-wire and ran up the score despite missing a handful of gilt-edged chances.

Juventus terminate Higuain contract as striker prepares for Inter Miami move
The 32-year-old is expected to make the switch to MLS after being told he is surplus to requirements by new Bianconeri boss Andrea Pirlo.

Report: Atlanta United “in negotiations” to acquire Marcelino Moreno from Lanús
Moreno, a native of San Martín, Argentina, joined Lanús from Talleres ahead of the 2016-17 season. In 106 matches for the club across all competitions, he has 6 goals and 13 assists, including a 3-goal, 6-assist performance in league play last season.

Next phase of MLS season will likely look a lot like this one
While acknowledging there are still unknown details, Sounders General Manager Garth Lagerwey said he expects the next phase to again be weighted heavily toward shortened travel times.

Sale price for Real Salt Lake, Utah Soccer Holdings starts at $500 million
Larry H. Miller Sports & Entertainment, which owns the Utah Jazz and Class AAA Salt Lake Bees, and Ryan Smith, CEO and co-founder of Utah-based software company Qualtrics, have expressed initial interest in Utah Soccer, sources said.