Kemar Lawrence may not be heading to England quite yet but the New York Red Bulls left back nevertheless has a couple of teams interested in him in Europe.
On Wednesday night’s MSG pregame show, Metro New York’s Kristian Dyer made a regular appearance as the station’s ‘Red Bulls Insider.’ On the segment, Dyer talked about the impact of Felipe Martins on the midfield as well as the possible return of Mike Grella from knee surgery last month.
Of special interest in the segment, Dyer spoke about Lawrence, now in his third year with the Red Bulls, and possible European interest.
A Goal.com article earlier this week stated that Lawrence, as well as Jamaican national team goalkeeper Andre Blake, had difficulty obtaining work permits to play in England. The Premier League and the Championship, essentially the second division in England, are popular landing spots for Jamaican players.
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But according to Dyer, who cited sources in the segment, Lawrence is being trailed by Bordeaux and Nice in France’s top flite.
The full segment is here: