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West Brom star agrees to MLS switch

West Brom’s Danny Barrow has agreed to leave The Hawthorns and sign for MLS side Sporting Kansas City, according to the North Devon Journal.

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The 19 year old has agreed a deal with the two times MLS champions after West Brom told him that they could not guarantee his future with the club.

Kansas play Gerrards’s LA Galaxy side on the final day of the regular season in the US, and Barrow hopes to have broken into the first team by the time that game comes round.

“I support Liverpool and he’s a hero,” said Barrow. “If it happens, I could say I have made it because I have played against the best English player or Andrea Pirlo, the best Italian player”.

After joining West Brom in 2011, he decided to look for new challenges this summer. He originally had a trial at Jacksonville in the US second tier, but impressed Kansas scouts and was snapped up by them instead.

Kansas are currently in 5th place in the Western Conference.

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