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Bournemouth keen to make Thierry Henry their new manager
Henry signed a two-year contract with Montréal in November 2019 but Bournemouth want to speak to the former France international.

MLS, American teams in global top 10 in total transfers, fees received in January
Clubs under US Soccer transferred 79 players abroad, which was the fourth-most in the world in January. They were tied with France and trailed only Brazil as far as non-European nations. They were easily ahead of perennial exporters of global talent Argentina.

Free agents: 5 intriguing players still on the market for 2021 MLS season
Now, with most teams set to begin preseason training sessions March 8 ahead of the 2021 season, some intriguing names are still on the open market. As a reminder, eligible players are 24 years of age and older, have five MLS service years and are out of contract or have had their option declined.

LA Galaxy sign teen prodigy Alcala to first professional contract
Alcala, 15, has been training with the Galaxy Academy since 2020 and has now signed his first professional contract.

LA Galaxy sign midfielder Carlos Harvey
The 21-year-old returns to the club after spending the last two years on loan from Tauro in the Galaxy organization, in 2019 with LA Galaxy II and last year split between the USL Championship squad and first team, where he made six appearances in MLS play.

Quakes sign Argentine defender Luciano Abecasis
The 30-year-old right back has played professionally since 2010, mostly in Argentina with River Plate and Godoy Cruz. He played for Paraguay’s Club Libertad Asuncion in 2020.

Sporting KC’s Erik Hurtado Signs with CF Montreal
In two seasons with Sporting KC, Hurtado made just 11 starts, including only three in 2020. He did end his time with 28 appearances, 1,191 minutes, seven goals and no assists.

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UEFA Champions League takeaways: Juventus still in good shape; Dortmund crack Sevilla’s backline
The Champions League round of 16 rolled into Wednesday with two more matches as Borussia Dortmund earned an impressive 3-2 win at Sevilla, while Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus fell at Porto, 2-1.