Things are getting interesting in the United States. The new Major League Soccer season is getting closer, as the new campaign is set to start on the last day of February and teams are slowly starting training in the new year. There has been a lot of talk about new franchises Nashville and, more importantly, Inter Miami, but now another team is being in the spotlight.
That team is Minnesota United. According to a report from the Athletic, they hold the discovery rights for Burnley goalkeeper Joe Hart. The discovery rights mean that they would have the first opportunity to sign the player, ahead of the remaining MLS clubs, but the player could still decline them and opt for another team. The reasoning behind Hart is that the 32-year-old former England goalkeeper has made only two cup appearances for Burnley this season.
Vito Mannone had been at Minnesota on loan from Reading, but turned down the chance to extend his stay. Now another goalkeeper from England could arrive.
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