Matt Polster made a commitment, best or worst of his career in January remains debatable. He was once considered a future star of MLS but the midfielder’s career was deteriorated at the Chicago fire so his digression from the club last month was expected. His port of call was more of a focus of discourse though relying on who you listen to, Rangers it either consummate or the subdued place for Polster to render the next step.
American fans do not hold a great opinion of Rangers. Instead many consider Scotland as a football backwater, a deteriorating confederation where new talents are propelled into capitulation. Andrew Gutman and Timothy Weah’s January maneuvers to Celtic like Polster’s to Rangers were viewed as backward steps by many fans in the US.
All this talk propelled a debate if Scottish team would govern MLS has its foundation in little more than in stereotype. However, it is correct that a strange relationship is commencing to embody between MLS, and US football in general, and the Scottish Premiership. It’s been apparent in the deals executed of late.
Polster endorsed the Rangers in January, while Gutman and Weah appended Celtic. There was also conjecture that Brendan Rodgers would maneuver for Alberth Elis of the Houston Dynamo and US international Wil Trapp.
On the other side New York City FC suggested an offer for Aberdeen winger Gary Mackay-Steven, while it is suspected Minnesota United and Sporting KC spotted an engrossment in Scott Brown prior the erstwhile Scotland captain pronounced to expand his contract at Celtic.