Former Manchester City defender Nedum Onuoha has made the jump over to Major League Soccer with Real Salt Lake. The 31 year old left Queens Park Rangers earlier this summer and was a free agent, but now, he’s followed in the footsteps of many former Premier League stars who decided to test themselves in America. While the MLS has been ridiculed for the quality of the league itself for many years now, it seems as if they’re slowly taking steps to rectify that.
Salt Lake’s manager believes Onuoha will add the kind of experience that his club desperately needs, as they go in search of a second MLS Cup triumph following their inaugural victory back in 2009. The club also finished as runners up in the MLS Cup in 2013, and they’ve also reached the final of the CONCACAF Champions League. Lately, though, they haven’t been quite as successful, but they’ll hope that Onuoha can play a role in changing that.
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