If the players and clubs won't wait until the start of the transfer window, then why should we? With the European seasons winding down, here's a look at the top transfer stories and sagas to watch in what is sure to be an entertaining and landscape-changing coming weeks and months.
We now know that Gregg Berhalter will be picking his 23-man Gold Cup squad from a 40-man list, one revealed by Concacaf on Monday. Here's who we see making the final cut prior to next month's competition.
Why is Germany's Bundesliga a hotbed for young Americans on the rise, how do they cope with the changes to their lifestyle at such a young age and what have they learned about the country's soccer culture? Those answers are at the crux of SI TV's new Exploring Planet Fútbol. Watch the full episode with a free SI TV trial.
The first U.S. women’s national team didn’t win a single game at its first international competition. So how did it go from complete embarrassment to tournament favorite entering the first Women’s World Cup just six years later? Grant Wahl hosts the second episode of our podcast series exploring the origin story of the USWNT and the Women's World Cup.
Chris Wondolowski broke out of his season-long slump to rewrite the MLS record books and pass Landon Donovan atop the league's all-time scoring chart and was celebrated universally around the league and beyond.
Claudio and Danielle Reyna experienced tragedy upon the death of their son, Jack, but his memory and legacy endure and are carried on in part by another son and U.S. youth national team standout, Giovanni.
Until its unlikely run, scrappy Chapecoense was an afterthought in Brazilian soccer. But what should have been its magical moment turned into a national tragedy, and now the survivors are struggling to carry on.
Lizandro Claros Saravia was just keeping ICE apprised of his college soccer scholarship. Days later, he and his brother were deported to El Salvador and have continued picking up the pieces of their lives in Nicaragua.