Summer 2017 MLS Transfer Window Tracker: New York Red Bulls

Last updated: August 11, 2017

Signing The Red Bulls announced on Aug. 11 the signing of M Vincent Bezecourt from New York Red Bulls II. The Frenchman, 24, who played college soccer in Brooklyn, helped NYRBII win the 2016 USL Cup.
Signing The Red Bulls announced on Aug. 10 they signed M Dilly DukaThe veteran joins the Red Bulls after a training stint with the club. He was on Columbus Crew SC's roster earlier this season, but was cut without having made any MLS appearances in 2017. Duka, 27, is a New Jersey native.
Signing Panamanian club side San Miguelito tweeted on July 23 that defender Fidel Escobar, who just finished a stint with the Panama national team at the Gold Cup, has joined the Red Bulls on an season-and-a-half long loan with an option to buy. The Red Bulls confirmed the loan on July 27.
Report According to a reports in Panama, defender Fidel Escobar, who most recently featured for Los Canaleros in this year's Gold Cup, stayed in the US after his team's elimination from the tournament and is "in talks" with the Red Bulls. Escobar spent last season playing for Sporting Clube de Portugal B on loan from Sporting San Miguelito.
Signing Metro New York's Kristian Dyer reported on July 21 that the Red Bulls are set to sign Gambian-born midfielder Muhamed Keita, who played most recently for Polish side Lech Poznan. According to Dyer's sources, Keita, who has represented Norway at the U-20 level, will be acquired by the Red Bulls in a trade with Minnesota United, who hold his discovery rights. Keita's signing was confirmed on July 28.
Report On Twitter Monday, Metro New York's Kristian Dyer wrote that the Red Bulls would ideally like to make multiple moves in the summer window that don't involve players on their current Red Bulls II USL side, though there could be a move of that sort as well.
Rumor Metro New York's Kristian Dyer said in an interview on MSG that the Red Bulls could add as many as three players in the international window, including a centerback target who is in his early 20s and has international pedigree. Dyer said the Red Bulls have over $700,000 in allocation money to work with, the third-highest figure in the league.
Report Kristian Dyer and Fifty Five One both reported on July 1 that the New York Red Bulls would loan F Brandon Allen to Minnesota United for the rest of the season. Allen has been a key contributor to the Red Bulls' USL team but has only played seven minutes in MLS to date.
Waived The Red Bulls announced on June 6 that they have placed forward Fredrik Gulbrandsen on waivers. He joined the team on Mar. 10 on loan from RB Salzburg and made 11 appearances.
Report Metro New York's Kristian Dyer reports that Red Bulls left back Kemar Lawrence has generated interest from English Premier League and Championship clubs. Bristol City appears to be among the most interested in the Jamaican's services.
Report Metro New York's Kristian Dyer reports that 24-year-old French forward Alexy Bosetti is on trial with the New York Red Bulls. Bosetti, who currently plays for Ligue 1 outift Nice, is a former French youth international who won the 2013 Under-20 World Cup with Les Bleus.