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By TRAVIS CLARK
After a lengthy wait, Kevin Hartman finally has a new home. One of the longest tenured players in MLS, Hartman found himself out of contract with Kansas City and unable to find a new club.
That all changed Monday when Hartman's rights were traded to FC Dallas The move comes amid rumors that FC Dallas is looking to upgrade from returning starter Dario Sala.
The 35-year-old is the all-time leading shot-stopper in MLS history with 1,235 career saves.
Here are a couple more transfer moves around MLS:
PHILADELPHIA INKS COLOMBIAN TORRES
Colombian soccer players worked well for Seattle last year, and Philadelphia will follow suit with one of their own. Roger Torres will join the Union on loan from América de Cali, a club in the Colombian first division. Torres, an 18-year-old midfielder, has been in training camp with the Union already and adds another young talent to the Phialdelphia roster.
UNITED SIGN MORSINK, RELEASE N'GALULA
The list of former Kansas City Wizards to join old manager Curt Onalfo grew to two over the weekend, when it was announced that D.C. United signed midfielder Kurt Morsink. The 25-year-old native of Costa Rica had been waived by the Wizards early in preseason, and had been brought in on trial last week. To make room for Morsink, United waived recently signed midfielder Flo N'Galula.
What do you think of Hartman going to Dallas? Can Torres be successful in Philly? Did United make a good move?
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