The North American Soccer League reportedly has lost another team to the United Soccer League.

Soc Takes reported Friday that Indy Eleven will play in the USL in 2018.

Citing multiple sources, the website said the move was finalized Friday morning.

If the move becomes reality, Indy’s departure left the NASL with four franchises — the Cosmos, Miami FC, Jacksonville Armada FC and Puerto Rico FC.

The NASL’s future is in limbo. It is awaiting a decision on its appeal in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. The league wants to obtain a preliminary injunction against the U.S. Soccer Federation that rescinded its Division II status.

Soc Takes reported that an announcement of Indy’s move would be made late next week.

However, the Indianapolis Star reported that an Eleven spokesman said that no decision on a move had been finalized and the team is still awaiting the court’s decision regarding the NASL’s appeal.

If the move becomes reality, Indy’s departure left the NASL with four franchises — the Cosmos, Miami FC, Jacksonville Armada FC and Puerto Rico FC.

For the original story about Indy Eleven’s move, visit Soc Takes, for newspaper story, visit Star.