As Erick “Cubo” Torres says he will decide where to play by December, a dispersal draft for other Chivas USA players is set for Nov. 19.
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MLS Ticker: MLS offer Torres more than $1.5 million per year; Rapids hire new sporting director; and more
MLS is set to offer Erick ‘Cubo’ Torres an annual salary of over $1.5 million per year to remain with the league.
The Vancouver Whitecaps have a plan in place to bring back midfielder Matias Laba for next season in a permanent transfer.
In Major League Soccer news Monday: Two MLS players called up to Mexico’s roster; the LA Galaxy sign a 15-year-old goalkeeper; MLS suspends a Columbus Crew player of a domestic incident, and more.
Three days after dissolving Chivas USA, MLS announced a new Los Angeles club on Thursday that is set to begin play in 2017.
News from around Major League Soccer: Obafemi Martins’ contract extension; Erick Torres’ next steps and Thierry Henry’s status.
MLS commissioner Don Garber discussed Chivas USA’s demise, the plans for a 2017 rebirth and the future of Erick ‘Cubo’ Torres on a conference call Monday.