Over the last few months, Philadelphia Union manager John Hackworth has declined to comment about the status of Freddy Adu.
But in recent days, there have been reports across the media that Adu is moving to Brazilian club Bahia. Hackworth opened up about the matter in his press conference Wednesday, offering quite a few details about the status of the Union's highest-paid player.
Here are some highlights of Hackworth's remarks.
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