BY ADAM SERRANO
Today has been an active day for MLS teams in Los Angeles.
After selecting Juan Pablo Angel with their fourth selection in the MLS re-entry draft,the Los Angeles Galaxy have sent forward Tristan Bowen to archrival Chivas USA for allocation money. As part of the agreement, the two clubs would split the transfer fees evenly. Only minutes later, the Galaxy traded the rights to Luke Sassano, their second re-entry draft selection for the rights to Frankie Hejduk from Sporting KC.
Tristan Bowen was the first player from the Los Angeles Galaxy academy to be signed to a professional contract in 2008. Bowen made 17 apperances and 10 starts, scoring two goals for the Galaxy in 2010. Hedjuk was an integral part of a Columbus Crew team that finished second in the Eastern Conference last season. The Galaxy will now have seven days to reach an agreement with Hedjuk.
Think that these moves will take the Galaxy to the MLS Cup? How do you think Bowen will do with Chivas USA?
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