New York Red Bulls midfielder Tyler Adams
, considered the top young American in MLS, could make a move to the Red Bulls' sister club, RB Leipzig, this year, sources told
Metro New York's Kristian Dyer.
Adams, 19, is the only player who has started
all three games for the USA since its rebuilding work began after it failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. He was also instrumental in the Red Bulls' run to the semifinals of the Concacaf
Adams tied with Red Bulls II at the age of 16 in late 2015 and made his MLS debut in 2016. He played 24 MLS games in 2017, missing time for the 2017 Under-20 World Cup,
where the USA reached the quarterfinals.
The Austrian energy drink company Red Bull owns the MLS team, RB Leipzig -- RB for "RasenBallsport" -- and Austrian team Red Bull Salzburg, among
others. The Metro reported that Adams might by loaned by RB Leipzig to Salzburg, which reached the semifinals of the 2018 Europa League.
The only question was during which transfer window
Adams would move -- during the summer or after the MLS season ends.