One of the league’s top goalscorer has reportedly been rewarded with a new deal, while MLS broadcasts are set to bring the league’s coaches into the spotlight.
Kei Kamara has reportedly agreed to a new deal with the Columbus Crew that will make him the club’s second Designated Player, according to the Columbus Dispatch. The Crew will reportedly pay the forward at least $1 million per season. (REPORT)
MLS coaches will reportedly wear microphones in select broadcasts throughout the regular season. The feature will debut in all three of Sunday’s nationally televised games.(REPORT)
New England Revolution midfielder Scott Caldwell has signed a new deal to remain with the club. Caldwell started 32 games while appearing in two more off the bench for the Revs last season. (REPORT)
The Portland Timbers have signed MLS Draft picks Neco Brett and Wade Hamilton, who were drafted with the 40th and 61st overall picks, respectively.. The duo join first-round selection Ben Polk on the Timbers roster ahead of the 2016 season. (REPORT)
The Seattle Sounders have signed 20-year-old forward Oalex Anderson, who featured for S2 last season. (REPORT)
What do you think of the Kamara deal? Excited to hear from coaches on the sidelines? What do you expect from Caldwell this year?
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