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Jann-Fiete Arp staying at Hamburg, stunning Bayern Munich

KLAGENFURT, Germany -- After months of speculation linking him with Bayern Munich, Jann-Fiete Arp has signed a new contract at Hamburg until 2020.

Arp, 18, reportedly caught the eye of a host of top clubs including Bayern, Chelsea, Borussia Dortmund and Juventus after scoring two hat tricks and another goal for Germany in five matches at the European Under-17 Championship in May 2017.

But Arp then signed a contract with Hamburg through to 2019, saying at the time it "doesn't make any sense...

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United States' Bobby Wood to stay in Bundesliga after signing for Hannover

Dan Thomas, Kasey Keller and Kate Markgraf discuss Bruce Arena's latest comments and how the USMNT should feel watching the World Cup from home.
MLS Commissioner Don Garber talks about the 2026 World Cup coming to North America and what it means for soccer in the United States.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino is not worried about political interference from United States president Donald Trump.

United States striker Bobby Wood has moved to Bundesliga side Hannover on loan after asking to leave relegated Hamburg.

Hannover will retain the option to sign the 25-year-old Wood on a permanent basis at the end of the season.

"I had very good talks ... and know what the club intends, what kind of football should be played and where I fit in with that. My gut feeling told me it is the right decision," Wood told Hannover's website.

Wood, who has 12 goals in 39 appearances for the U.S. national team...

United States' Bobby Wood wants to leave Hamburg, return to Bundesliga

Dan Thomas, Kasey Keller and Kate Markgraf discuss Bruce Arena's latest comments and how the USMNT should feel watching the World Cup from home.
MLS Commissioner Don Garber talks about the 2026 World Cup coming to North America and what it means for soccer in the United States.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino is not worried about political interference from United States president Donald Trump.

United States international Bobby Wood has told Hamburg he wants to leave the 2. Bundesliga side.

Preseason is underway at the club following their first-ever relegation from the top flight, and Wood, 25, is hoping to remain in the Bundesliga despite scoring only three goals in 25 appearances for Hamburg last term.

"[He] informed us that he wants to leave the club and continue to play [in the] Bundesliga," coach Christian Titz said. "We'll wait and see what will happen after the talks in the coming...

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U.S. international Julian Green seals permanent Greuther Furth transfer

United States international Julian Green has joined second-tier German side Greuther Furth, for whom he played on loan last season, from Stuttgart on a two-year deal.

Earlier this month, Stuttgart revealed that they hoped an agreement could be reached for a permanent transfer, which was announced on Sunday.

Green, 23, had said he was uncertain of what his future held after his one-year loan with the Shamrocks ended.

But the forward, who returned to the U.S. national team after an 18-month absence...

Stuttgart hopeful U.S.'s Julian Green could return to Greuther Furth

Stuttgart are hopeful they can reach an agreement with German second-tier club Greuther Furth over the future of United States international Julian Green.

The forward, who turns 23 on Wednesday, said last month he was uncertain of his future after his one-year loan with the Shamrocks ended, but Stuttgart sporting executive Michael Reschke said Green could stay with Greuther Furth.

"I'd like to think that we can find a very good solution for all involved," Reschke said. "And that Julian will stay...