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BWP makes move to Red Bulls

Bradley Wright-Phillips has joined Major League Soccer franchise New York Red Bulls, pending a successful visa application.

Last Updated: 25/07/13 at 00:30 Post Comment

Bradley Wright-Phillips: Set to join MLS side New York Red Bulls

Bradley Wright-Phillips: Set to join MLS side New York Red Bulls

The 28-year-old former Manchester City forward, son of Ian Wright and brother of Shaun Wright-Phillips, was released by Charlton at the end of last season.

"Since Bradley's potential was first recognised by Manchester City and the England Under-20s, he has proved to be a goalscorer of note," Red Bulls sporting director Andy Roxburgh told the franchise's official website.

"He'll add another dimension to our roster with his pace and technical ability."

Wright-Phillips also numbers Southampton and Plymouth among his former clubs and most recently played for Brentford, on loan from Charlton.

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