Wednesday morning: What's in the news ...

1. Penn State senior Kaleigh Riehl became the 12th collegiate called in for U.S. women's national team ID camp when she was a late addition to the team.  Riehl, who played her senior season for the Nittany Lions this fall, was a member of two U.S. Under-20 Women’s World Cups teams, starting all six games at the 2016 tournament in Papua New Guinea. All 12 collegians on Vlatko Andonovski's 24-player roster are uncapped.

2. FC Dallas signed 18-year-old Jesus Ferreira to a new, four-year contract, using TAM to boost his salary after he led the team with eight goals and recorded six assists in 33 MLS appearances in 2019. He signed a Homegrown deal at the age of 15 in 2016. Ferreira received U.S. U-23 and U-20 call-ups in 2019 but has yet to play a game because his U.S. citizenship in pending. He was born in Colombia and moved to the United States when his father, David, joined FC Dallas.

3. Portland Timbers forward Jeremy Ebobisse underwent a minor procedure to repair a meniscus tear in his left knee that will sideline him until the start of preseason. He sustained the injury while on duty with the U.S. U-23 national team at its camp in the Canary Islands after the MLS season ended. In his third MLS season, Ebobisse tied for first on the Timbers with 11 goals and was the only player on the roster to appear in all 34 league games.
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