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Atlético Madrid to take part in MLS All-Star Game – report

Spanish club Atlético Madrid is reportedly poised to cap a busy summer in the United States by taking part in the MLS All-Star Game in Orlando.

The LaLiga team is already lined up to play Chivas in Arlington, Texas, on July 23 and Real Madrid at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey on July 26 as part of the 2019 International Champions Cup.

The All-Star Game is due to be played at Orlando City Stadium on Wednesday, July 31.

Atlético’s participation will also help LaLiga North America’s attempts to boost the popularity of the league in the States.

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