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Sources: NYRB reject Prem offers for U.S.'s Long

Jozy Altidore's stunning opener set the tone for Toronto who added two more goals to defeat the New York Red Bulls 3-1 at BMO Field.

The New York Red Bulls have rebuffed transfer offers from an unnamed Premier League side for U.S. international Aaron Long, and aren't interested in selling the defender during the current transfer window, multiple sources have told ESPN FC.

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Sources confirmed a report from broadcaster Brian Dunseth that a Prem club had submitted multiple offers for the 26-year-old...

MLS and USMNT Rumor Rater: Long leaving for the Premier League?

Jon Champion and Taylor Twellman examine LA Galaxy's recent struggles as they prepare to take on city rivals LAFC, MLS's top team in 2019.
Sebastian Salazar and Steve Nicol dissect the controversial goal that condemned NYCFC to defeat at rivals NY Red Bulls in the Hudson River derby.

It has arrived. The MLS secondary transfer window, a time that traditionally has seen the most star power enter the league, just opened with a flurry of moves. This year may not be any different as plenty of big names are being linked all over the league. There's also some real interest overseas in the league's talent, especially in the emerging stars. It would continue a trend from the past several years of players using MLS as a stepping stone to one of Europe's big leagues.

We detail some...

NYCFC slams ref after derby loss to Red Bulls

Maxi Moralez and other NYCFC players confronted the officiating crew in anger after losing to bitter rivals NY Red Bulls on a controversial goal.
New York Red Bulls claimed victory in the Hudson River derby vs. NYCFC, but the winning goal and a linesman's flag are the subjects of controversy.
Major League Soccer: Daniel Royer (45'+1' PEN) New York Red Bulls 1-1 NYCFC
Major League Soccer: Heber (7') New York Red Bulls 0-1 NYCFC

HARRISON, N.J. -- Dome Torrent believes the referee "100 percent" made a mistake that cost New York City FC in Sunday's 2-1 Hudson River Derby loss to the New York Red Bulls.

A 60th-minute header by midfielder Daniel Royer gave the Red Bulls the match-winning lead, but it was a controversial non-call in the build-up to the goal that proved to be the match's main talking point.

In the preceding play, NYCFC thought they had conceded a corner, a point backed up by the linesman pointing with his flag...