The New York Red Bulls currently have three players loaned out to other clubs for the 2022 season. Find out how they’re faring and what kind of impact they’re making at clubs across the world.

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Jake LaCava (Tampa Bay Rowdies)

The month of May has been a breakout month for the 21-year old forward so far, breaking out of a four match scoreless slump.

In his last three games for the Rowdies this month, LaCava has three goals and an assist in three starts.

His goal against Phoenix Rising in a 5-1 Tampa Bay victory on May 15 was nominated for USL Championship Goal of the Week, which was won by Red Bulls II forward Illia Tyrkus.

His most recent goal was the equalizer against Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC in game that the Rowdies would eventually win 3-1.

This months hot streak brings LaCava’s total to a team-leading seven goals in fourteen appearances this season.

Tampa Bay currently sits in fifth place in the USL Championship standings with 19 points from 12 games.

Omar Sowe (Breidablik Kópavogur)

Forward Omar Sowe has found his way into a Breidablik Kópavogur team that is currently unbeaten in the Icelandic first division.

While Sowe has yet to start a game for Breidablik this season, he broke through with his first goal on May 7 in a 5-1 victory over ÍA Akranes.

His second goal was an 87’ on Sunday against Fram Reykjavík that broke a 3-3 deadlock.

Breidablik sits at the top of the Icelandic first division standings, winning all seven league games played so far.

Sowe has made an appearance in six of those seven games, playing a total of 74 minutes.

While Sowe is still looking for his first start, there is no doubt that he has made an early impact with his new club.

David Jensen (KVC Westerlo)

David Jensen finished the season with Belgian side KVC Westerlo, and helped lead KVC Westerlo to a 1B Pro League championship.

Jensen finished the season with 26 appearances and ten clean sheets, only allowing an average of one goal per appearance for the season.

KVC Westerlo finished at the top of the 1B Pro League standings with 56 points from 28 matches. This is their first league title in club history.

They will now play in the Belgian first division for the first time since 2017.