Freddy Adu - Professional Career - Philadelphia Union

Philadelphia Union

In August 2011 Adu returned to Major League Soccer, signing with Philadelphia Union, reuniting him with former D.C. United and United States national U-23 coach Piotr Nowak. Though terms were not disclosed, as per club policy, it was stated that he was not a designated player. Adu debuted for the Philadelphia Union on August 13 in a match against FC Dallas and scored his first goal for the club on September 7, 2011 against New England Revolution. After a difficult first season, which was not always the option for the starting eleven, Adu got back on the track in the 2012 season where he was a key player to the team of Philadelphia.

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