Jamiro Monteiro officially joins the San Jose Earthquakes on a permanent deal:
The Union have confirmed the signing of Danish Golden Boot winner Mikael Uhre:
Striker Kacper Przybylko joins Chicago Fire from Union for $1.15 million:
The Union have added Inter Miami’s Julian Carranza to the roster on a season-long loan for 2022:
Despite being an essential part of the Union squad since joining in 2019, Kai Wagner is seeking a move away from the Union in 2022:
The Union finally got back in the win column in their matchup against NYCFC:
The Union have acuired Brazilian forward Matheus Davo on loan for the rest of the year:
Jim Curtin confirmed that Jamiro Monteiro is in transfer talks. Here’s what that means for the Union going forward:
We’re officially halfway through the regular MLS season, and the Union have given fans and themselves a lot to sort through at this point. Here are the most important things we’ve learned:
The Union have signed Venezuelan midfielder Jesus Bueno to a two-and-a-half year deal:
The New York Red Bulls have joined the ever-growing list of MLS teams that have sent a young player to Europe, meaning that the race is on to see which academy can boast the most talent.
The best goalkeeper in North America has committed his future to the Union–Andre Blake has signed a contract extension with the Boys In Blue.
Union sporting director Ernst Tanner has agreed to extend his contract with the club.
Jim Curtin signs a two-year contract extension with the Union, and he’s not wasting any time continuing to build the team into the next great MLS dynasty.
SoccerWire just named the Union’s academy the best development program in the nation for young soccer players. Here’s what that means for their young players going forward: