Sure, Minnesota technically have a starting XI on their roster but that lineup has one glaring omission: A starting goalkeeper.
Rumors linking United to Ghanian international Adam Kwarasey picked up steam in recent weeks but it appears to have been all for naught.
Denmark’s Brondby IF confirmed Monday Kwarasey’s signing with the club. The former Portland Timbers keeper brings experience and leadership to the Brondby locker room after winning a championship with his last three clubs and appearing in the 2014 World Cup for Ghana.
While Kwarasey wasn’t the final piece Minnesota needed (still plenty of roster spots to fill), he would have been a strong piece at a position with no options currently.