To say that Tyler Adams’ stock is on the rise is becoming more of an understatement by the day. The Red Bulls wonderkid has now been identified as a target for two major European clubs.
According to Italian outlet Calciomercato.com, the sporting director of Serie A giant AS Roma has looked into Adams as a possible replacement for veteran defensive midfielder Daniele De Rossi. Calciomercato also noted that La Liga’s Valencia CF have already scouted Adams as a possible transfer target.
The MLS Transfers Twitter account posted on Wednesday that the Red Bulls were interested in Guidars FC striker Lassana Ndiaye, who earned international recognition for his performance for Mali’s U-17 team during the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup. Ndiaye scored six goals in seven appearances for Les Aigles, helping them to a 4th place finish in the competition. Turkish Super Lig powerhouse Galasataray are reportedly interested as well.
Melbourne City FC announced on Tuesday that they had parted ways with former RBNY designated player Tim Cahill - the day before the Australian striker’s 38th birthday.
NJ-native and former Italian national team player Guiseppe Rossi, who had been training with the Red Bulls since his contract with Fiorentina expired this past summer, signed with Genoa CFC of Serie A this past week.
On Thursday morning, Nashville SC announced Kosuke Kimura as their club’s 5th signing ahead of their USL debut in 2018. Kimura played over 1500 minutes and had two assists for the Red Bulls in their 2013 Supporters’ Shield campaign.