Emerson Hyndman with Fulham

American Exports: U-20 standout Emerson Hyndman turns down extension offers with Fulham

AMSTERDAM – Hot transfer topic Emerson Hyndman has already turned down multiple extension offers from Fulham, MLSsoccer.com has learned.

A source close to the situation confirmed that Fulham have actively been trying to swing a fresh deal with Hyndman, who will run out of contract at the end of the coming Championship season. As reported by Goal.com earlier this week, clubs in England, Germany, the Netherlands and Spain have shown interest in the 2015 Under-20 World Cup standout and former FC Dallas youth product.  

Both Goal.com and various German outlets have additionally reported that Stuttgart recently put in a transfer offer for Hyndman. However, a pair of German sources told MLSsoccer.com that the Schwabians were not expecting to make any more moves before the summer transfer window closes at month's end. The Bundesliga side also have a host of young central and attacking midfield prospects behind expected starters Daniel Didavi and Alexandru Maxim, in both the first team and the reserves.

Hyndman, who made his US senior team debut last September, worked nine league contests and a pair of Capital One Cup matches last term. The youngster excelled with a team-best 88.9 passing percentage, just shy of league leader Dan Gosling's 90.2 percent completion rate.

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