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Miami FC in New York

This much we know: Aaron Davidson is in New York, talking to Major League Soccer.

The nature of those talks, or if he's doing it on behest of Traffic Sports or the Team Owners Association, is unknown.

Traffic has been looking for an alternative to USL-1 ever since the league was bought by NuRock Soccer Holdings LLC in late August.

Both Miami FC and the league have been incredibly tight-lipped about the why the two sides are meeting, but it is not believed any sort of merger agreement is imminent.

When we hear more, we'll let you know.

Update: Davidson would not comment on the meetings, saying only, "As our [news] release said, we are exploring all options."

Update 2: More perspective here and here.


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