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D.C. United transfer rumors, FC Cincinnati stadium renderings, and more: Freedom Kicks for July 17, 2019

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What additions could be coming to Audi Field?

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Happy Wednesday folks. Just one more day until D.C. United is back in action, but we start with news that has the Black-and-Red may be pursuing some roster additions:

Report: D.C. United interested in Argentine winger Mateo Garcia | Black & Red United

Mateo Garcia, a winger from Argentina who plays for UD Las Palmas in Spain’s second division, is a rumored target for D.C. United. Ben Olsen and the team is also going after a former fan favorite in Yamil Asad. However, other teams could be also looking to acquire his rights:

FC Cincinnati unveil new designs for soccer-specific stadium project | MLS

FC Cincinnati unveils new stadium renderings. We’ll see how close the finished product is to the drawings.

Matthijs de Ligt: Ajax captain arrives in Turin to complete £67.5m Juventus move | BBC

Matthijs de Ligt signed with Juventus, arriving from Ajax in a £67.5 million move. That’s a lot of mozzarella. However...

Juventus to be called Piemonte Calcio in Fifa after PES deal | BBC

That’s right. You want to play as Matthijs de Ligt or Juventus in FIFA 20 when it comes out? Too bad. The team signed a deal with PES, which means in FIFA 20, the defending Serie A champions will be Piemonte Calcio.

Atlanta’s Shea out for season with ‘destroyed’ knee | ESPNFC

Brek Shea’s season is done for Atlanta United after shredding his knee in their last match against the Seattle Sounders. It remains to be seen how long he will be out into next season.

Cameroon fire Seedorf, Kluivert | NBC Sports

Cameroon hired Clarence Seedorf less than a year ago to lead them as head coach into the Africa Cup of Nations, and Seedorf hired a staff that included former Netherlands teammate Patrick Kluivert. Well, Cameroon was bounced in the AFCON Round of 16 by Nigeria, and apparently that was enough for Cameroon to fire Seedorf, Kluivert, and the rest of the coaching staff. That’s tough.

That’s it for today. Hit the comments to discuss the news of the day!