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MLS Trade Window Ticker: All the day’s wheeling and dealing


Major League Soccer teams are in full wheeling-and-dealing mode today, with trades taking place throughout the league ahead of Wednesday’s MLS expansion draft.

Sporting Kansas City, Orlando City, Portland and the Columbus Crew are among the busier teams this morning. Some long-standing players have changed uniforms, most notably Amobi Okugo, Aurelien Collin and Nat Borchers.

There are too many trades to discuss just yet, but we will be keeping track of today’s trades here throughout the day so you can keep tabs on what is going on around the league.

You can find today’s list of MLS deals after the jump:


Sporting Kansas City traded Aurelien Collin to Orlando City. (REPORT)

Philadelphia Union traded Amobi Okugo to Orlando City. (REPORT)

Real Salt Lake traded Nat Borchers to Portland. (REPORT)

Sporting Kansas City traded C.J. Sapong to Philadelphia Union. (REPORT)

Houston Dynamo traded Tally Hall to Orlando City. (REPORT)

Columbus Crew traded Bernardo Anor to Sporting Kansas City. (REPORT)

Columbus Crew traded Josh Williams to New York City FC. (REPORT)

Portland Timbers traded Michael Harrington to Colorado Rapids. (REPORT)

Houston Dynamo traded Andrew Driver to D.C. United for Joe Willis and Samuel Inkoom. (REPORT)

D.C. United traded an international roster spot to New York City FC. (REPORT)


What do you think of these trades?

Share your thoughts below.


    • Cause OCSC needs players. And was probably going to steal them in the expansion draft anyway. Teams getting ahead of the game and trading them before losing them on the free. Plus, OCSC can focus their expansion picks on other needs with some targets already secured. Makes sense for all sides.

  1. We want dps, we wants dps, we want dps 🙂
    Any rumors, any gossip 🙂
    Who’s going to galaxy, red bull, nycfc, San Jose, Houston, Orlando,rapids, tfc,:) it’s the gossip season.
    We are only 3 months away from first kick 2015 🙂

  2. Any idea how long Aurelien Collin has left on his contract? I recall him stating more than a few times of his intention to return to Europe.

    • Collin’s contract is up this year. Reports were that he wanted close to the DP money that Matt Besler is getting at SKC, so presumably Orlando is willing to pay that to sign him.

      • Interesting…. If Collin wants “Besler-type Money” he’d probably need to be a DP (Besler is slated to make $650k in 2015, and the max Collin could make would be about $400k as a non DP unde current rules). Makes you wonder if Collin is banking on specific change(s) to the CBA as part of his reasoning.

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