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D.C. United is contemplating a reunion with onetime academy and first-team star Andy Najar, in accordance with a Saturday report from Steven Goff of The Washington Put up.
Najar returned to MLS last season with LAFC after a 126-match stint with Belgian side Anderlecht, that includes in eight video games for Bob Bradley’s side earlier than turning into a free agent after his contract choice was declined. Together with his subsequent cease undetermined, Goff relayed that D.C. common manager Dave Kasper and Najar’s agent have confirmed there may be interest in bringing Najar back to the place the place he began his career.
Najar played his youth soccer with D.C. earlier than becoming a member of the primary team in 2010 and establishing himself as one of many league’s top young skills. He was the MLS Rookie of the 12 months in 2010 and grew to become a standout contributor from his proper back spot and a regular on the international scene for Honduras earlier than he was sold to Anderlecht.
He additionally shined in Belgium earlier than his career was stalled by a rash of accidents, however Najar remains to be just 27 and the familiarity with the membership and space may make for a great location for him to reset. For his MLS career, Najar has scored 10 goals and dished out 12 assists in 90 video games.