The ongoing Freddy Adu drama may finally be reaching its conclusion.
Steven Goff, of the Washington Post, reported that a source told him the Philadelphia Union wanted Freddy Adu to take a pay cut of over $400,000.
Freddy Adu, the former American international, breaks his silence to give a short comment to Alexi Lalas for last night's ESPN broadcast of the Portland Timbers-New York Red Bulls game.
Freddy Adu is rumored to be joining the Blackburn Rovers, but ignore this rumor because it's pretty much bogus. More on Adu's possible transfer later today on the Brotherly Game.
The Philadelphia Union head coach made it clear in a letter to fans that Adu was not part of the future of the team.
The Brotherly Game will cover everything involving what will happen to Freddy Adu during Monday, January 21, 2013, when head coach John Hackworth is slated to give a press conference on the player's future.
Freddy Adu's time with the Philadelphia Union may being coming to an end soon, if one is to read into John Hackworth's short answer to the press at this year's MLS SuperDraft.
Osman Altunterim said on Twitter that Adu would be training with a private soccer coach while in Florya. While Adu will still be in Galatasaray's training center, he will not participate in first team or other club training sessions.
For those of you who theorized that many of the high profile offloads this summer without any notable additions may have been motivated by money (or a lack thereof), here's more wood for your fire.