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Brotherly Game Daily Links: Bobby Wood coming to MLS in July

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Philadelphia Union News

Veteran defender Aurelien Collin returning for another season
Collin didn’t appear in any matches in 2020 after making six appearances in his first seaosn with the team in 2019. He’ll again give head coach Jim Curtin an option to start in an emergency this season.

Philadelphia Union Sign Goalkeeper Greg Ranjitsingh
Ranjitsingh played for both Orlando City SC and Minnesota United FC, making five appearances. Ranjitsingh also played for Louisville City in the USL Championship, where he led his team to consecutive titles in 2017 and 2018, keeping clean sheets in both finals.

MLS News

Bobby Wood will join RSL in July on free transfer
Wood, 29, has been playing in the Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga since 2007, when he joined TSV 1860 Munich as a 15-year-old. His youth soccer experience before that consisted of playing for youth clubs in Hawaii and California.

Raul Ruidíaz on way back to Seattle, green card in hand
While Ruidíaz won’t likely be cleared to participate in time for Sunday’s preseason match against Phoenix Rising, he should be good to go before the April 10 preseason match against San Diego Loyal, which greatly increases the chances that he’d be capable of starting the regular-season opener against Minnesota United on April 16.

Orlando City holds out for $20 million as Daryl Dike continues to receive Premier League interest
With only 38 matches under his belt, the Lions are confident in Dike’s potential and feel they won’t need to bend or break on their valuation, the source said.

Inter Miami in talks to sign Feyenoord goalkeeper
The Dutch outlet details that the 30-year-old is out of contract this summer and desires a stateside move. Marsman has started most of Feyenoord’s Eredivisie games this season, seizing his chance while fellow goalkeeper Justin Bijlow battles injuries.