Fresh off scoring his first goal for the U.S. men's national team, Cole Bassett is getting his first taste of club soccer abroad. The 20-year-old Colorado Rapids midfielder has signed an 18-month loan with Feyenoord in the Netherlands, joining for the remainder of this season and the entirety of the next one with an option for the club to buy (he simultaneously signed a three-year extension with the Rapids). Feyenoord, whose new CEO is former LA Galaxy general manager Dennis te Kloese, currently sits third in the Eredivisie and is the third-most successful club in Dutch history behind Ajax and PSV. Bassett, who turned down the chance to go to Benfica last August, scored the late game-winning goal for the U.S. in its 1–0 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina in a friendly last month. It was Bassett's first cap for the senior national team.