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Big D Daily: News for Monday, December 30, 2019

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The year is almost out...and so is the decade.

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

We’re nearly done with this year and decade as 2019 is coming to a quick close here this week. We’re also slowly coming out of our winter shell to get back into habit around these parts too.

// FC Dallas //

Report: Pablo Aranguiz to be loaned to Universidad de Chile - Big D Soccer
The midfielder will stay in South America on loan for another season.

Report: FC Dallas close to re-signing Gonzalez and Munjoma to HGP deal - Big D Soccer
FC Dallas continues to work at keeping their young core together.

// MLS //

Reports: Diego Alonso expected to be named Inter Miami coach on Monday | MLSsoccer.com
Looks like Miami may have finally found their coach. About time, right?

Inter Miami CF acquire Juan Agudelo from Toronto FC | MLSsoccer.com
You wonder if Agudelo will finally find a way in Miami or if he is just one step away from heading down to a USL club in 2021.

Top 10 trades of the 2019 MLS season | Greg Seltzer | MLSsoccer.com
There were a lot of the same teams listed on this one but still some intriguing moves that happened in 2019.

Roman Torres joins Inter Miami - Sounder At Heart
Inter Miami says they signed Torres as a free agent, which was kind of a surprise move to me. But good on Miami.

Report: Leandro Gonzalez Pirez move to Club Tijuana “about to close” - Dirty South Soccer
Atlanta looks to lose another key member this offseason.

The sophomore season coaches in MLS | US Soccer Players
A coach gets the benefit of the doubt in year one using a roster that isn't his own, but those excuses go away in sophomore seasons in MLS.

Boehm: Chicago Fire FC have their new manager, now what is their plan? | MLSsoccer.com
Wicky’s arrival only takes us marginally closer to knowing who Chicago Fire FC want to be under owner Joe Mansueto.

Chicago Fire continue to fill out front office with new technical director Sebastian Pelzer | Pro Soccer USA
The Chicago Fire added another hire to the front office with new technical director Sebastian Pelzer.