It was New York Red Bulls Sporting Director, Erik Soler, who once said, "Nothing gold can stay." Or maybe it was Robert Frost?
...Either way, as the 2010 MLS Cup kicks off, one thing has become apparent: Juan Pablo will not be suiting up for New York next season.
Angel is arguably one of the finest to ever play his trade in MLS, and unarguably the finest to do so for the Red Bulls, being the franchise's all-time top scorer and possible four-time MVP. But at 35 years old, with a nagging back problem, it may sadly be time for him to move on as the Red Bulls look to build towards the future.
It is certainly up for debate if letting Angel leave is the right move for the Red Bulls to make, but here are five ambitious signings the Red Bulls could pursue in the off season to fill their third Designated Player spot.
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Personally, I want the last nominee. I'd be quite pleased to see him come to NY. Who should replace JPA? AND LOOK, I'M NOT MAKING A POST ABOUT LIVERPOOL. I THINK THE WORLD MIGHT STOP ROTATING FOR A SECOND