Paraguay international Nelson Valdez will join Seattle in hopes of boosting a banged-up and struggling attack.
Major League Soccer
Friday, August 7, 2015
Giovani dos Santos is set to make his MLS debut as the LA Galaxy continue their rivalry with the Seattle Sounders.
The forward joins an already-loaded Toronto side that features former U.S. teammates Jozy Altidore and Michael Bradley.
LA Galaxy coach Bruce Arena refused to commit to starting Giovani dos Santos against Seattle Sounders after the forward scored on his debut.
Giovani dos Santos scored on his LA Galaxy debut, while Gyasi Zardes starred in Thursday's CONCACAF Champions League action.
The LA Galaxy's new attacker fit in well right off the bat but will gradually be facing more pressure, writes Jon Arnold.
The Mexican attacker came on in the second half for his first minutes with the MLS club and scored in his debut.
Thursday, August 6, 2015
The defensive midfielder joins the Earthquakes after a strong showing for Panama at the Gold Cup.
The Chicago Fire have added the right back ahead of the MLS transfer window closing.
The Sporting Kansas City midfielder now faces a race against time in order to be fit for the MLS playoffs.
The Columbus Crew have strengthened their center back corps by adding the 25-year-old hours before the MLS transfer window closes.
The Montreal Impact captain has only played 340 minutes in MLS this season, and Mélisa Barile says she's had enough.
Though disappointed to drop points at home, the Whitecaps are fairly satisfied to start their odyssey in the CONCACAF Champions League with a draw versus Seattle.
Wednesday, August 5, 2015
The 28-year-old scored a hat trick against Orlando on Wednesday, claiming the lead in the MLS Golden Boot race in the process.
Toronto FC returned to the win column list thanks to Sebastian Giovinco, while the Montreal Impact earned a draw.
The 25-year-old attacker becomes the Red Bulls' second designated player alongside Bradley Wright-Phillips.
Nick Rimando and Joao Plata led Real Salt Lake to victory in Guatemala, while two Mexican clubs also won.
Tuesday, August 4, 2015
Giovani dos Santos can help the LA Galaxy to CONCACAF Champions League glory, according to club president Chris Klein.
The experienced Austrian international has spent the last six years of his career in the German Bundesliga and Spain's La Liga.
The young striker, who turns 23 on Wednesday, moves to Ohio in exchange for the Crew's natural second round pick in next year's draft.