Tarek will help reinforce the Columbus back line after making the move from La Liga.
Major League Soccer
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
After a strong season for FC Dallas, the midfielder has jumped into his first U.S. national team camp and turned heads, writes Goal USA's Ives Galarcep.
The Dutch midfielder left AC Milan on Monday and has signed a one-year deal worth around $500,000 to play for the new-look Galaxy.
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
The Chicago Fire have used targeted allocation money to sign the center back from Groningen.
Monday, February 1, 2016
One of the top defensive prospects in MLS is heading to one of Portugal's most storied clubs on loan.
The Brazilian midfielder spent three seasons with the Galaxy before moving to the Rapids prior to the 2015 campaign.
The Albania international arrives in Colorado after posting prolific goal-scoring numbers in Switzerland.
The Revs signed the defensive midfielder, who will finish out the current season with FC Sion before moving stateside.
The Rossoneri CEO confirmed the midfielder is in negotiations over a move to MLS after making increasingly rare appearances
The LA Galaxy have had a busy winter shaking up their roster after failing to defend their 2014 MLS Cup. Goal USA's Ives Galarcep breaks down the moves.
Saturday, January 30, 2016
U.S. international Matt Miazga has completed his move to Chelsea from the New York Red Bulls.
No arrests have been made in the Dec. 17 incident involving the Colorado Rapids midfielder.
Friday, January 29, 2016
The striker departs after one season, which included a MLS Goal of the Year award for his solo strike against the Portland Timbers on Oct. 3
The right fullback is the Whitecaps' third signing of the offseason.
The U.S. international defender is leaving the New York Red Bulls for Premier League side Chelsea following a successful two-year stint in Major League Soccer.
Thursday, January 28, 2016
The out-of-contract U.S. midfielder feels the latest offer from MLS is a "joke" but says a six-game ban limits his options abroad.
The striker has retired after an illustrious 18-year playing career and accepted a new coaching role with the Vancouver Whitecaps.
New York City FC has signed the 30-year-old from Belgian side K.V. Oostende to reinforce a back line that struggled in 2015.
Once labeled as the "next Pele" after turning pro at age 14, the American has been a bust. But now he's looking to turn around his career with the Tampa Bay Rowdies of the NASL.
The Dynamo have brought in reinforcements from Spain’s second division, the team announced Wednesday.