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Americans on the move abroad
January 11th, 2011 8:59PM

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[TRANSFER WATCH] Oguchi Onyewu, who went on loan from AC Milan to Dutch champion FC Twente, is the sixth member of the 2010 U.S. World Cup team to move during the January transfer window.

Other Americans who could be on the move could be 19-year-old winger Josh Gatt and striker Jeremiah White.

Gatt, who excelled last fall for Austrian second division club SCR Altach, has been at Norway's Molde SK.

White's latest stop in a career that has taken him to France, Serbia and Saudi Arabia is Poland, but his days at GKS Belchatow could be over.

From MLS to Abroad
Edson Buddle (Los Angeles Galaxy to FC Ingolstadt, Germany D2)
Jonathan Bornstein
(Chivas USA to Tigres, Mexico D1)
Robbie Findley (Real Salt Lake to Nottingham Forest, England D2, subject to work permit)

From Abroad to MLS
Hunter Freeman (IK Start, Norway D1 to Houston Dynamo)

Abroad
Brian Ackley (Auckland City, New Zealand D1 to FK Pribram, Czech Republic, D1)
David Antunez (FC Inter, Finland D1 to Tecos Estudiantes, D1)
*Edgar Castillo (San Luis, Mexico D1 on loan to Puebla, Mexico D1)
Clarence Goodson (IK Start, Norway D1 to Broendby IF, Denmark D1)
Brad Guzan (Aston Villa, England D1 on loan to Hull City, England, D2)
Oguchi Onyewu (AC Milan, Netherlands D1 on loan to FC Twente, D1)
**Marco Antonio Vidal (Pachuca, Mexico D1 on loan to Club Leon, Mexico, D2)

Free Agents
Josh Wicks (to Mariehamn, Finland D1)

*Club America, Mexico D1 owns his contract.
**Indios, Mexico D2 owns his contract.



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