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The Chicago Fire turned heads across Major League Soccer late Monday, completing a trade with the New York Red Bulls to acquire their captain and midfield anchor Dax McCarty for a whopping $400,000 in general allocation money.
The offseason haul continues for Sporting Kansas City. Spanish midfielder Ilie Sanchez was announced as Sporting KC's latest winter signing on Friday morning after agreeing to a two-year deal that includes an option for 2019. Sanchez, 26, arrives in Kansas City after most recently playing for Elche CF in Spain's second division.
the 2017 MLS official match ball, again by adidas, is here. (It's also available now on MLSstore.) Based this year on the adidas concept of "from the stadium to the streets and back again," the look draws on how soccer transcends popular culture. It also tells the MLS story by incorporating design elements from both the USA and Canada.
On Monday, we revealed which MLS players were the 2017 adidas MLS Combine attendees' favorites, and today we turn our attention to their favorite MLS teams.
New York Red Bulls head coach Jesse Marsch is not at the MLS Player Combine, a Red Bulls spokesperson confirmed to MLSsoccer.com on Monday
NYCFC fans can take a deep, celebratory breath of relief. Though there wasn't too much of a question about it, fan favorites Tommy McNamara and RJ Allen indeed re-signed with the club on Jan. 6. Both featured heavily in the team's run-up to the 2016 MLS Cup playoffs, and played 55 regular-season games combined last year.
The Tampa Bay Rowdies recently threw their hat into the ring for potential MLS expansion, and now details are emerging about their plan to upgrade Al Lang Stadium to meet the league's standards.
Whether it's an unheralded newcomer turning into an impact player or an emerging pro finding his groove, every MLS season features at least one or two players who rise from relative obscurity to make a serious mark in the league.
German media outlet Sports Bild has learned that Bayer Leverkusen is ready to entertain offers for Mexican striker Javier Hernandez.
Batman and Superman are getting back together in Minnesota. Minnesota United FC announced on Thursday the signings of Miguel Ibarra and Christian Ramirez, their once and future star attacking duo, ahead of the club's 2017 MLS expansion debut.