Daily news roundups

Daily news roundup

Adu to Greece?

Freddy Adu says he could move to Aris Thessalonica in Greece or Hull City in England. Aris is the club that acquired Fulham’s Eddie Johnson from last week via loan. Hull is the club that rarely wins in the EPL.

U.S. international Stuart Holden is going on trial at Burnley in the English Premier League. Holden is available on a free transfer and holds a British passport, which means that, if signed, he would not need a work permit. MLS is pushing hard for the Houston Dynamo to resign him and has offered an annual salary of at least $350,000. A complicating factor could be Burnley manager Owen Coyle’s potential move to Bolton.

Former Chivas Guadalajara captain Ramon Morales could move from the team to MLS’s Chivas USA, according to Goal.com. No truth to the rumor that the MLS squad will change the team’s name to Chivas Los Angeles to tell people where the team actually plays.

More transfer news after the jump.

Daniel Carvalho leaves CSKA Moscow for Qatar.

Former Lazio striker Goran Pandev signs with Inter Milan.

Villarreal midfielder Robert Pires talks of a move to MLS, according to Soccer365. The former Arsenal player is 36 years old but still sees playing time for Villareal.

U.S. international Landon Donovan will be available for his first EPL match this Saturday as Everton plays Arsenal at 10 a.m. Eastern time.

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