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Defender at US National Team plans to leave Premier League and return to MLS.

The passing market in both MLS and Europe is active. It is for this reason that a selected winger is thinking of returning to MLS after having made his jump to the Premier League.

Defender plans to leave England and return to MLS.
Defender plans to leave England and return to MLS.

In the Premier League, the most competitive tournament in the world, experts say, it is difficult to fit in quickly and stand out as a player. Such is the case of a winger who is part of the United States National Team.

The player is DeAndre Yedlin, current player of Newcastle United F.C. The winger is remembered for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, a tournament in which he stood out with his national team and sparked the interest of clubs in Europe.

The team that obtained his signing was Tottenham Hotspur, a squad that decided to provide the player's services for one year to Sunderland A.F.C. In this team, DeAndre Yedlin did not have an outstanding season and was transferred to his current team, Newcastle United F.C., where he has not managed to be an essential player either. Because of this, the player seeks his return to MLS, where he showed great talent.

According to reports, Seatle Sounders F.C. has the advantage of signing the player; this is because the player started his career in this club, and it is where he showed his best version. DeAndre Yedlin also has deals in the Premier League, specifically with Fulham F.C. In the following days, he is expected to make a decision on his stay in England or return to MLS.

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