"I know he's getting close to becoming comfortable with making it public. I don't think it will happen today or tomorrow but probably in the next 10 days. He's eager to put it to bed. It will be good for everyone's peace of mind.”
-- Chris Megaloudis, the agent of D.C. United's Andy Najar on announcing whether he will play for the Honduran or U.S. national team. The 18-year-old who was MLS's 2010 Rookie of the Year is a native of Honduras who has lived in the United States for about five years. He is an American green card holder, but in order to play for any U.S. Soccer squad, he needs citizenship, something that is at least two years from happening, reports Steven Goff of the Washington Post.