Leipziger Volkszeitung's Guido Schafer reports that negotiations between Huddersfield Town and Terrence Boyd have broken down, with the forward unwilling to take the pay-cut the Terriers were effectively offering.
Terrence Boyd wechselt nicht nach Huddersfield. Es konnte keine Einigung in Sachen Geld und Laufzeit erzielt werden— Guido Schäfer (@schfer_g) January 18, 2017
Boyd has already stated that he is not interested in a loan deal: his contract with RB Leipzig expires in the summer and he is not excited by the idea of a short-term move just for the sake of getting away.
Schafer suggests Huddersfield's loss may be Darmstadt's gain, noting the relegation-threatened Bundesliga club could use a striker.
No mention of the New York Red Bulls among Boyd's options from the rumor mill at the moment. Even Jesse Marsch's last visit to RB Leipzig succeeded only in triggering the rumor the RBNY head coach was moving to Salzburg, rather than any suggestion he might have been trying to persuade RBL's on-the-outs forward to give MLS a try.
While it is known Boyd did visit RBNY, presumably in the name of at least thinking about a transfer, New York's Red Bulls haven't featured in the rumors about the player's next move for weeks now. Perhaps the subtraction of Huddersfield from his list of options will change that - Boyd is available and it is January: the rumor mill is likely to find some new ideas for him shortly.