Dutch goalkeeper Kenneth Vermeer is in discussions with FC Cincinnati and is expected to sign with the club as a free agent, sources told ESPN. - Stream ESPN FC Daily on ESPN+ (U.S. only) - ESPN+ viewer's guide: Bundesliga, Serie A, MLS, FA Cup and more. Vermeer, 35, spent the...
LAFC announced Friday that they have “mutually agreed to a contract termination” with goalkeeper Kenneth Vermeer. The 35-year-old had one season with LAFC, where he split the starting duties with Pablo Sisniega. While the Dutch veteran had been expected to be the No. 1 and LAFC hoped he would be the final piece to help them win a trophy in 2020, his play was inconsistent. At times, he played his way out of the starter’s role and at others, including his run to the Concacaf Champions League final, he was immense.
Los Angeles FC and goalkeeper Kenneth Vermeer have mutually parted ways on the eve of the team’s season opener. LAFC announced Vermeer’s surprising departure Friday night. The 35-year-old Dutch goalkeeper spent one season with LAFC after joining the club from Feyenoord. Vermeer made only eight MLS starts for LAFC while sharing time in net with Pablo Sisniega.
LAFC entered the 2020 MLS season thinking they were one major piece away from winning silverware, and made a fairly big splash signing in adding Dutch goalkeeper Kenneth Vermeer. Signed at 34, Vermeer had considerable experience, coming through the legendary Ajax academy and then spending several years at the powerhouse,...