Is USMNT winger Tyler Boyd on the move?
The New Zeland born player currently with Vitoria SC might not be staying in the Portuguese league for long with offers from Turkish, German and MLS teams.
Tyler Boyd is one of the new rising stars of the United States National Team during the CONCACAF Gold Cup, which is why he is garnering interest from clubs around the world.
The New Zeland born player currently plays with Portuguese club Vitoria SC, but the US winger doesn't want to continue his career in Portugal, and several Turkish media reports set the 24-year old player in Besiktas radar.
Boyd scored the goal one thousand for the United States in the opening game of the Americans against Guyana, which he celebrated with his family that traveled from New Zeland to the States to watch him play.
According to Tyler Boyd's agent, several MLS, Turkish and German teams have asked about the future of the American winger, and with Boyd not wanting to remain with Vitoria, his agent will start the transfer process, though to where's still a mystery.
"I speak with American, Turkish & German teams. There are also offers from China. Boyd doesn't want to pursue a career in Guimaraes. I'm going to Portugal, and I'm going to have the last meetings with Vitoria, then the transfer will take shape," mentioned Boyd's agent.
The future of Tyler Boyd will most likely be defined once his participation at the Gold Cup with the US men's national team is over, he has options, but with teammates like Weston McKennie orTyler Adams at the Bundesliga, he might want to join them despite Besiktas interest.
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