In some ways, it feels like the MLS offseason was all about who left the league.
The MLS transfer fee was shattered with Alphonso Davies' move to Bayern Munich. Tyler Adams is starring with RB Leipzig. Miguel Almiron's highly-publicized move to Newcastle is off to an ideal start and, after several MVP-caliber seasons with Toronto FC, Sebastian Giovinco is now plying his trade in Saudi Arabia.
But there's been no shortage of big-name stars brought into replace them while there's also been an influx on young international talent coming into the league.
From South American stars and former Manchester United regulars to up-and-coming internationals and former U.S. national team hopefuls, its been a busy offseason across MLS.
Let's take a look at the top 15 newcomers set to enter the league in 2019: