Tyler Adams will team with USMNT midfielder Brendan Aaronson at Leeds. (Photo courtesy of Leeds) 

Tyler Adams and Jesse Marsch are back together again – for a third time.

The former Red Bulls midfielder and current U.S. international signed with Leeds United of the English Premier League on Wednesday for a reported $24-million transfer fee.

Leeds earned promotion to the EPL in May.

The 24-year-old Adams, who most recently played at RB Leipzig (Bundesliga), where he played for Marsch before the latter was fired as head coach last season. He also performed for Marsch on the Red Bulls.

“So happy to be a part of the @LUFC family! Thank you for all your messages of support,” Adams said on Twitter. “I promise to give my all for you, the fans, and this club! Let’s go!! #MOT”

Adams’ five-year deal runs until the summer of 2027.

He also joins U.S. men’s national team midfielder Brendan Aaronson, who joined the club earlier this summer.

 

 

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