The end of the MLS transfer window is in sight, and teams like the Chicago Fire and Montreal Impact are making some interesting moves.
Portuguese defender João Meira will reportedly join the Fire ahead of the 2016 season. The 28-year-old has reportedly signed for two years and is quoted as saying: “I’m pretty happy with this my new challenge that I will face with the expectation of the great club that is the Chicago Fire. It is a league on the rise and feel that I will take another step forward in my career.” (REPORT)
On Monday, the Impact announced the addition of 21-year-old Argentine midfielder Lucas Ontivero on loan from Turkish club Galatasaray. The 5-foot-6 attacker was most recently on loan at Slovenian first-division club Olimpija, where he scored four goals in 11 league games. (REPORT)
Japanese national team midfielder Keisuke Honda, 29, expressed his interest in playing in the U.S., saying: “I’m very interested in MLS, even as a player, but I don’t know if I will play or not. I would say that MLS is a developing soccer league in the world. There are a lot of famous players coming to MLS.” (REPORT)
Midfielder Dilly Duka, 26, will not be returning to the Impact in 2016 because he wants to look at options overseas. The Impact will hold his MLS rights should he decide to return to the league. (REPORT)
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