Date: 12 May 2017 11:23
Following weeks of heavy scouting from European clubs, offers for the Orlando City star have started rolling into the league's front office
A move away from Orlando City is looking more likely for Cyle Larin.
Sources told Goal on Friday that MLS has received transfer offers from multiple European clubs this week to acquire Larin, which are still being assessed.
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The bids come after several weeks of heavy scouting by a bevy of European clubs ranging from Germany to Belgium to the UK.
The 22-year-old Canadian international has been one of MLS’s most prolific goal-scorers since being drafted first overall in 2015. Now in his third year, the striker has six goals in nine starts this season.
Larin has a total of 37 goals in 68 appearances with Orlando City.