The end of the European club season always brings about major changes on team rosters, and also always leads to plenty of players hitting the open market. This summer is no different, and there are several Americans now available for potential moves to the United States.
Jonathan Spector, Marcus Hahnemann, DaMarcus Beasley and Eddie Johnson are all on the market now, and all four could help MLS teams if they chose to come home and play in Major League Soccer. Now it should be made clear that, of the four, only Hahnemann has openly discussed MLS as an option. Spector looks like a good bet to stay in Europe and Beasley is in Mexico trying to land a deal with Pachuca, but that doesn't mean we can't consider the MLS possibilities for these four Americans.
Here is our question for you: Which of the four aforementioned American players would you like to see your MLS team take a run at? Would you love seeing Hahnemann return to the Pacific Northwest? Could you picture Beasley reuniting with Peter Nowak in Philadelphia? Think Johnson could help solve Chivas USA's or New England's goal-scoring troubles? See Spector potentially being the piece that could help a team like Houston challenge for a title?
Share your thoughts below.