The MLS season is approaching. Although the global coronavirus pandemic has affected the financial situation of many people, the clubs in the league still have a very busy winter/spring transfer window.
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Some teams have more leeway, and they take advantage of it. Others choose not to increase investment, but to invest better (best regards to Olivier Renard). We also saw some noise caused by “internal MLS” transactions.
Some clubs have completely changed face, while others insisted on adjustments.
We are not idle in the office. This laid the foundation for a season, and in terms of sports, this season is still expected to be exciting.
Therefore, in the past few months, this series of transfers has attracted the attention of MLS.
Most fans remember the hope the Brazilian had placed on Milan when he was in Milan more than a decade ago. Since then, Pato has not performed poorly, but he has never become the world-class player that people expect. The 31-year-old forward is still very talented, and if he comes back from a sluggish state in Sao Paulo, he will do a lot of work during the 2017-2019 season in China.Orlando only awarded him a one-year contract. Despite his reputation and the facts of European teams, his salary is still very reasonable. let him Obviously soft eyes. Pato has been outstanding throughout his career, and Orlando is the team moving in the right direction. If the mayonnaise solidifies (and prevents injury), please be careful.
After two poor first seasons in MLS, Cincinnati Football Club will soon open their new stadium, which has been in force throughout the winter and is highly sought after in the transfer market. Perhaps the most striking is the acquisition of 21-year-old striker Brenner from Sao Paulo, Brazil, for more than $13 million. Brenner is usually the kind of player who leaves Brazil and heads directly to Europe. But, as our analyst Patrice Bernier recently reminded us, times are changing and MLS is attracting people. The new “Cinci” ranked 9th, with 21 goals and 4 assists in 39 games in the Brazilian League. He has the potential to become a big star in MLS…If this is the case, he will soon be sold out at a high price.
Won the MLS Cup five times, despite the death of the unparalleled Zlatan Ibrahimovic in 2018 and 2019, the galaxy’s light no longer shines as it did in previous years. Looking for a new challenge, coach Greg Vanney left Toronto Football Club to take over the Galaxy, especially the offensive front midfielder Victor Vazquez, who was in Queens a few years ago. Great success was achieved under the command of the district.
Vazquez is 34 years old and is not young, but he is likely to help the expensive forward Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez, who was disappointed in 2020 and still has the ability to do better.