With Kendall Waston and Pa Modou Kah unavailable, Vancouver could hand center back duties to youngsters Tim Parker and Christian Dean when it visits the Timbers this weekend.
Major League Soccer
Thursday, July 16, 2015
The U.S. national team and Orlando City defender-midfielder is expected to return before the end of the MLS campaign.
The Montreal Impact traded disgruntled defender Bakary Soumare to FC Dallas in exchange for Canada midfielder Kyle Bekker.
Manchester United and England captain Wayne Rooney admits he would consider a move to MLS later in his career.
Out-of-favor Costa Rican national team forward Alvaro Saborio has been traded from Real Salt Lake to D.C. United in exchange for midfielder Luis Silva.
Orlando City coach Adrian Heath was happy with his side after its friendly win over Premier League side West Brom.
Swansea City veteran Leon Britton indicated that teams in MLS are interested in his services.
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
After 10 games without victory away from home, the Columbus Crew claimed three points with a 1-0 triumph over the Chicago Fire.
Orlando City stunned Premier League side West Brom 3-1, with Kaka, Carlos Rivas and Bryan Rochez scoring in the friendly win.
The Galaxy were already favored to win a record sixth MLS Cup before signing the Mexico star, but the club's latest addition could help land one trophy that has remained elusive.
Though he'll be playing in a lower-quality league, Giovani dos Santos won't see a move to MLS dent his importance to the Mexican national team, writes Jon Arnold.
The midseason signing played 45 minutes off the bench as the LA Galaxy fell to Real Salt Lake in the U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals.
America's long-range shooting was critical in the Liga MX club's victory over the San Jose Earthquakes.
The 26-year-old playmaker becomes the first Mexican star to sign with MLS in his prime.
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Orlando City has added the two-time All-Star left back in exchange for allocation money and a second-round draft pick.
A pair of goals in each half helped Bournemouth to a win over the Philadelphia Union.
The Tampa Bay Rowdies announced the signing of Freddy Adu, reuniting the 26-year-old with onetime coach Thomas Rongen.
The striker confirmed he is headed back to Toronto FC after he was not selected for the knockout rounds of the tournament.
Adding two stars that haven't played in the league to the midseason All-Star game is a joke, according to Mike DeCourcy.
The 34-year-old played just two matches for TFC in 2015.