The club has added central midfielder Markus Halsti, forward Jairo Arrieta and a pair of draft picks in the past week.
Major League Soccer
Thursday, January 15, 2015
The U.S. international will join international teammate Michael Bradley with the Canadian side.
The MLS commissioner said that there was a lack of transparency in City Football Group's handling of the player's move to MLS.
The Most Valuable Player trophy has been named after the league's all-time leader in goals and assists.
The Canada international will join Brek Shea and Kaka as key pieces in the expansion side's attack.
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
The 2015 MLS Draft boasts a strong crop of central defenders, but a handful of attacking standouts should be among the first players chosen.
The ex-Tottenham striker is on the verge of completing his transfer to the Stadium of Light and insists he cannot wait to start scoring goals for his new employer.
The American is moving back to the City of Brotherly Love from the Premier League's Stoke City after reaching a multi-year deal with the MLS club.
Gus Poyet's Premier League strugglers are on the verge of completing a deal for the Toronto FC striker, while Jozy Altidore could head in the opposite direction.
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
The 33-year-old provides depth in goal for Seattle after the retirement of Marcus Hahnemann.
The Foxes, bottom of the Premier League after 21 matches, are in the market for reinforcements this month and have seen off competition from a number of top-flight rivals.
The U.S. international midfielder signed a deal with the Major League Soccer expansion franchise, joining Frank Lampard and David Villa in the Big Apple.
Monday, January 12, 2015
The 30-year-old defender-midfielder heads to MLS after seven seasons with Swedish side Malmo.
The chase to bring U.S. national team striker Jozy Altidore to Major League Soccer is down to two teams, but a move back home is far from done, sources tell Goal USA.
Sunday, January 11, 2015
Major League Soccer missed out on signing Mexican star Javier Hernandez, sources tell Goal USA
Friday, January 9, 2015
The New York City FC coach says his club supports the decision to keep Frank Lampard with Manchester City through the end of the Premier League campaign.
The center back recently fell out of favor at the Catalan club and joins Owen Coyle's side on a free transfer.
The former Chelsea star was thought to be heading to NYCFC but instead will stay at Manchester City in what has become a black eye for all involved.
Captain Clint Dempsey headlines a squad that also includes raw national team newcomers such as Alex Bono, Oscar Sorto and Julio Morales.
Despite the Premier League's claim to the contrary on Thursday, the 36-year-old is adamant there is an agreement in place for him to move to the MLS next summer.