Around the country: American soccer news

Americans Abroad: 
Canada calls up Luca Koleosho. Three days after the 17-year-old winger debuted for Espanyol in LaLiga, Canada's senior national team called him into camp, where he will get a look-see at the Canadian program. Koleosho, who attended a U.S. U-20 camp in April and has not made a decision on his international future, was born in Connecticut and played for Manhattan Kickers before moving to Spain when he was 11. His mother was born in Canada but holds an Italian passport. (CBC report)

NWSL:
• Kansas City Current names president. Allison Howard, who has spent the last decade with the Los Angeles Lakers, has been named to the Current's newly created position of president. Howard was the Lakers' Vice President of Corporate Partnerships. (WDAF report)

USL Championship:
• Atlanta United 2 goalkeeper called up by Chile. South Carolina native Vicente Reyes has been called up by Chile ahead of its Asia tour. The 18-year-old Reyes, who joined a U.S. U-14 program camp in 2017 but moved to the Chilean youth national team program, is one nine developmental players called into a camp in Chile from which two will be selected to join the tour. (video)

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