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ESPN FC  By ESPN

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

Julian Green breaks down his first United States goal in nearly two years and the USMNT's overall performance in their draw with France.

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 in the recent friendly win over Bolivia, said he was looking forward to continuing his development after signing his contract.

"From the beginning, I felt the trust of those responsible and of the coach. I feel very good in Furth and am convinced about the path we are on," Green told the Greuther Furth website.

"Here, I made a return to the national team and I get the opportunity to develop myself and continue to improve. I'm looking forward to the new season."

Coach Damir Buric added: "Julian has a very good temperament. His technical qualities and his understanding of the game are exceptional for the second division."

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