An Argument for Why Jordan Morris Must Move to MLS

Jordan Morris cemented his spot on the American soccer landscape on April 15, when he netted the opening goal against Mexico at the Alamodome in San Antonio. 

Scoring against Mexico, whether it be in a competitive match or in a friendly, always puts a player in the good graces of the American fans. 

Now with the spotlight off him, Morris must find a way to work his potential into a consistent role on the international stage. But unlike every other player in the USMNT talent pool, Morris is still plying his trade at the collegiate level at Stanford University. 

According to an April report from Sports Illustrated's Grant Wahl, the Seattle Sounders offered him one of the most lucrative deals for a homegrown player in the history of Major League Soccer. As a Seattle homegrown player, Morris' rights are owned by the Sounders.

Despite the latest round of interest and speculation, Morris is still set to pla...

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