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Big D Daily: News for Wednesday, December 11, 2019

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FC Dallas locks up another HGP for the long term.

MLS: Sporting Kansas City at FC Dallas Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

The winter weeks continue to roll on here in the offseason as FC Dallas makes some tweaks to some contracts and others around MLS look to round out their rosters.

// FC Dallas //

FC Dallas signs Jesus Ferreira to new four-year contract - Big D Soccer
The Homegrown forward gets a TAM deal that will keep him in Dallas through 2023.

Jesus Ferreira Reaffirms His Family's Legacy with FC Dallas Contract Extension | FC Dallas
It is still kind of crazy to me that he is only 18 (at least for another couple of weeks) and that he led the club in goals this past season.

// MLS //

Sporting Kansas City Sign Designated Player Liga MX Striker Alan Pulido for Record Fee - The Blue Testament
The team has confirmed a club record transfer fee and a four-year deal for the top Liga MX goalscorer.

What Alan Pulido's arrival means for Sporting Kansas City | Andrew Wiebe | MLSsoccer.com
This is a massive deal for SKC who missed the playoffs and looked rather dull in the attack in 2019.

Faces of Sacramento: Meet the supporters behind Republic FC | MLSsoccer.com
I love what Sacramento brings to MLS but all I'll say is please don't mess up that logo.

Seattle Sounders' Garth Lagerwey: We'll go for it in CCL, play kids in early MLS games | MLSsoccer.com
The Seattle Sounders will prioritize Concacaf Champions League when they kick off the 2020 season, even if it means squad rotation early in their league schedule.

How to assess the latest Nicolas Lodeiro transfer rumor - Sounder At Heart
The newest rumor is that Liga MX sides Monterrey and Cruz Azul are interested. Remain skeptical say Sounders bloggers.

LAFC and the luck of the Concacaf Champions League draw | US Soccer Players
LAFC was the unfortunate MLS team to draw the only Liga MX team in pot 2, playing Club Leon in the round of 16 of the Concacaf Champions League.

New England Revolution see new training center as ‘game-changer’ | Pro Soccer USA
The New England Revolution say their newly-constructed training facility could be a game-changer as the club seeks its first MLS Cup title.