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  • As MLS salaries continue to rise, so does level of play

    As MLS salaries continue to rise, so does level of play

    In Graham Zusi’s first season in MLS, he slept on the floor of a teammate’s parent’s home to make ends meet. With a salary of $34,008, he was among the lowest-paid players on the Kansas City Wizards. In 2009, however, that almost passed for middle class in a league that had a minimum wage of $20,100....

      • Wayne Rooney is close to deal with DC United, but outlook remains '50-50'

        Wayne Rooney is close to deal with DC United, but outlook remains '50-50'

        D.C. United is moving closer to striking a deal with English superstar Wayne Rooney but, people familiar with the negotiations said Thursday, talks are likely to continue for another week. BBC and Sky News reported the sides have an agreement in principle for the 32-year-old attacker to join the...

          • Check out all Major League Soccer player salaries

            Check out all Major League Soccer player salaries

            Major League Soccer has a new highest-paid player: Toronto FC’s Sebastian Giovinco.  He makes a base salary of $6.5 million and total compensation of $$7,115,555.67, according to the latest numbers released Thursday by the MLS Players Association. Those numbers are slightly lower than what former...

              • Wayne Rooney in serious talks about signing with D.C. United

                Wayne Rooney in serious talks about signing with D.C. United

                English superstar Wayne Rooney is in serious talks about joining D.C. United this summer, sources told the Insider on Tuesday. Rooney, 32, has scored 10 goals for Everton in the Premier League this season — none since mid-December — after spending 13 years with Manchester United. He is the greatest...

                  • Trump administration tells FIFA: no travel discrimination for World Cup

                    Trump administration tells FIFA: no travel discrimination for World Cup

                    The Trump administration has guaranteed to FIFA there will be no discrimination around entry to the United States at a World Cup in 2026. The North American bid has faced questions about the impact of attempts by U.S. President Donald Trump to implement a ban on travel to the U.S. by residents...

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