The footballer whose hours at Manchester City are numbered

It could be an exciting turn in goalkeeper Zack Steffen’s career as the 28-year-old could be on the verge of returning to his home country to join the ranks of Major League Soccer (MLS)’s Colorado Rapids. According to reports in the English press, the American goalkeeper could be released by Manchester City and become a key player for the Colorado team.

Steffen’s possible return to the MLS has caused great excitement among soccer fans in the United States. The goalkeeper, who has been in Manchester City’s ranks since joining from the Columbus Crew in 2019, has proven to be a quality goalkeeper with outstanding performances in the Premier League and European competitions, but according to The Athletic, Pep Guardiola is convincing not quite, who continues to see Ederson as a solid option for his goal.

The Colorado Rapids, who want to strengthen their squad for next season, see Steffen as an ideal option to improve their defense. His experience in the English league and top-level competitions would give the team a goal-scoring ability that could make the difference in their performance.

Back at home

Additionally, Zack Steffen’s possible arrival with the Colorado Rapids would be a return home for the goaltender, as he was born in Coatesville, Pennsylvania. This move would not only strengthen the MLS team, but could also serve as an impetus for the development of soccer in the United States and motivate more young people to follow in their footsteps abroad.

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