Caden Clark had a top presentation letter with New York Red Bulls scoring two goals in his two first games with the first team. He did it against Atlanta United to start and against Toronto FC afterwards. After that, head coach Chris Armas will be giving him more options in the future, for sure.
Clark was formed in FC Barcelona academy at U.S. and played for NY Red Bulls II afterwards. On his debut he marked a record being one of the youngest player ever to score in MLS history doing it at his 17 years and 136 days. Those impressive numbers caught the attention of some top European clubs.
Barcelona was one of the first teams that put an eye on him again, as he was formed in the academy of the club. The Spanish squad evaluated the chance to re-sign him even thought that means a bunch of money for them.
Another option for Clark is Red Bull Leipzig, the club from the Bundesliga whose owners are the same that the one he plays for, the fact that makes easy that chance. His illusion of following the steps of his compatriot Tyler Adams may be also an incentive for him.
Clark will try to give his best at the MLS, knowing that many other teams from Europe are interested at him, with his prizes being unknown for now as he is a minor-age player.