Five MLS players whose futures are still in limbo ahead of 2020
Roster moves of varying sizes and significance are happening across MLS as the winter rolls on. But the future remains cloudy for several players who occupied key roles for their respective clubs during the 2019 season.
Five unanswered questions this MLS offseason
Teams need a head coach, that Designated Player spots are going to get filled, that Zlatan Ibrahimovic needs replacing, that the Chicago Fire have a new crest and brand but no sporting director, coaching staff or a star player to play in Soldier Field.
LAFC agree to deal with Uruguayan midfielder Francisco Ginella
The Black & Gold have agreed to a four-year deal with Montevideo Wanderers central midfielder Francisco Ginella, acquiring 75 percent of his rights for $2.5 million.
Fire behind schedule with no coach and small roster
With the March 1 opener approaching, the Fire are without a coach, they haven’t added the front-office executive they said they would in October and the roster is far from complete.