Kenny Cooper and Carlos Bocanegra could both be on the move in the near future.
According to MLS Daily, Cooper, the former F.C. Dallas striker, could be on his way to Plymouth Argyle in England for a loan spell before the transfer window closes. Cooper's agent said that the move to Plymouth was a possibility, but also said that there were many things that needed to worked out.
The move to England would seems reasonable considering that Playmouth's manger Paul Mariner is a former New England revolution assistant coach who would certainly have some knowledge of Copper's abilities.
US National Team captain Carlos Bocanegra is also very likely on the move with several reports out of France linking the leftback to Saint-Etienne.
Early today imscouting.com reported that Bocanegra's current club, Rennes, were closing in on Marek Cech who would be brought in to replace Bocanegra, another sign that the out-of-favor defender is more than likely headed for the exit.
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