USMNT star Ricardo Pepi’s potential transfer: Liverpool, Inter Milan enter race for FC Dallas man

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The race to signal United States males’s nationwide crew star Ricardo Pepi is heating up. Sources inform CBS Sports activities that Liverpool, Inter Milan, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and Ajax are all within the FC Dallas ahead. The Texas native, who has been on fireplace with membership and nation, advised his membership that he needs to depart, and he is already agreed private phrases with Bundesliga membership Wolfsburg, CBS Sports activities can affirm. Chris Smith of first reported Pepi’s switch request and the settlement with Wolfsburg.

In fact, that does not imply he’s transferring to Wolfsburg, until FC Dallas come to an settlement with the German membership. Sources inform CBS Sports activities that Sampdoria of Serie A did supply $8 million, however that was rapidly rejected, with FC Dallas anticipating far more than that.

CBS Sports activities understands that FC Dallas would like to promote after the 2022 World Cup, the place they really feel his worth may very well be at its highest. The assumption is that a proposal of round $12-15 million could be wanted to persuade the crew to promote, although that may very well be a tad versatile now that Pepi has mentioned he needs to depart.

Any switch for Pepi is anticipated to make him the most costly American export from MLS, surpassing the switch of Jozy Altidore to Villarreal almost 15 years in the past.

Pepi has burst onto the scene with stellar showings for FC Dallas, scoring 13 targets in 27 video games this season. He additionally has three targets for the USMNT in 4 matches, with all the targets coming in World Cup qualifying. 

CBS Sports activities could have extra data because it turns into accessible. | USMNT star Ricardo Pepi’s potential switch: Liverpool, Inter Milan enter race for FC Dallas man


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