We are only a few days away from the start of the transfer window on both the European leagues and MLS, so the transfer rumors are in full swing. The activity over the past week has been crazy, and here we present you some of the hottest transfer rumors around MLS in the past days.
13. David Edgar Close to Sign in MLS?
The skipper of the Canada National Team has said repeatedly he wants to sign for an MLS team, and it seems his dream will finally come true. The defender has been training with Vancouver Whitecaps over the past month, and all signs point towards both sides getting a deal done sooner than later.
12. Three MLS Teams Interested in Roderick Miller
Roderick Miller was one of the most consistent players for Panama in the 2016 Copa America Centenario, and even though he has plenty of offers on the table, he could sign for an MLS team in the near future. Philadelphia Union, Chicago Fire and Columbus Crew (on that particular order) have all expressed interest in securing the services of the 24-year-old left back.
11. Ever Alvarado will Add Depth on Sporting Kansas City
A left back who has plenty of experience with the Honduras national team, Alvarado is pretty close to secure a deal with Sporting Kansas City. Reports have indicated the deal is done in a 90%, and even though the fit isn't exactly clear - since SKC has Jimmy Medranda, Amadou Dia and Seth Sinovic on the squad - Alvarado will add even more competition on the defensive line.
10. Dilly Duka Signs with Columbus Crew
Dilly Duka is set to return home. After falling out of favor with the Montreal Impact, the 26-year-old midfielder has completed a move to join Columbus Crew, the team in which he made his professional debut. He's versatile enough to play anywhere in midfield, and he will fit perfect in the team's tactical system as soon as he gets some much-needed match fitness - he hasn't played an official game since November 2015.
9. Meanwhile, Emil Larsen is Ready to Return to Denmark
Emil Larsen has said repeatedly he's looking to return to Denmark after failing to adjust to the life at the States, and it seems he will have his wish granted. According to the local press in the Scandinavian country, both Nordsjaelland and Midtjylland - two teams that compete in the Danish SuperLiga - are pretty close to sign him.
8. Emerson Hyndman Won't Join San Jose Earthquakes
Emerson Hyndman has been a member of the USMNT pool for a long time, and he was included on the preliminary roster for the 2016 Copa America Centenario. There was talk of him moving to MLS in order to be closer to Jurgen Klinsmann's radar, but the speculation ended this week when the midfield signed a deal to join Bournemouth in England. The San Jose Earthquakes were interested in him, but now they'll be forced to look elsewhere for help in the middle of the pitch.
7. Diego Forlán on His Way to New York?
Diego Forlán has been linked with a move to MLS over the last few weeks, but it seems this time the interest is a bit more serious. The former Atletico Madrid and Uruguay star is playing for Peñarol in his native country, but it seems he's not going to rule out a move stateside where the New York Red Bulls are reportedly interested. Does he have enough left in the tank to play in the MLS on a regular basis?
6. Fanendo Adi Remains in Portland...for now
Fanendo Adi has been receiving several calls from foreign clubs, but there's no announcement of a move overseas as Portland is reluctant to part ways with one of their most prized assets. Liga MX side Tigres UANL has been tracking him to form a partnership with André-Pierre Gignac, but Portland has rejected all offers that have come their way, making the Nigerian attacker "frustrated" with the situation. Will he be able to sign with a new team during the upcoming transfer window?
5. Italian Clubs Looking at Gyasi Zardes
Gyasi Zardes has started all five games for the USMNT in the 2016 Copa America Centenario, and even though his numbers haven't been very impressive - a goal and an assist thus far - his playing style has caught the eye of several scouts who've been impressed with his pace and skill on the ball. Galatarasay enquired about him a few weeks ago, but there's competition from Italy as two Serie A clubs - Bologna and Udinese - are looking to secure the services of the 24-year-old attacker.
4. Toronto FC is Reportedly Interesed in Lukas Podolski
Toronto FC has a strong attack with Jozy Altidore and Sebastian Giovinco leading the way, but the Canadian franchise is reportedly looking to bolster its offense due to Altidore's poor form and Giovinco's recent injury issues. TFC has set its sights on Lukas Podolski, a former Arsenal and Bayern Munich forward who currently plays for Galatasaray in Turkey. He would be a world-class addition for the team, but it remains to be seen where they'll get enough money to sign him.
3. Manchester City Scouting John Brooks?
The Hertha Berlin center back has been one of the best defenders in the 2016 Copa America, and his name has been linked with several teams over the past month. One team that has been following is Manchester City, as the 23-year-old impressed several scouts with his displays over the past matches, Could he be on his way to the English Premier League?
2. Darlington Nagbe is Getting a Fair Share of Attention, too.
Even though Nagbe hasn't played much with the USMNT of late, his talent and his consistency with the Portland Timbers over the past year hasn't gone unnoticed. Several European scouts have praised his performances, and the 25-year-old playmaker could sign with a foreign club as soon as the transfer window opens.
1. Toronto FC Rejected an Offer for Michael Bradley
Michael Bradley left a good memory in the Italian Serie A after his brief stint with AS Roma, and recent reports have indicated Sampdoria is pretty interested in bringing the playmaker back to the Serie A. Toronto FC, however, is not interested, and they have reportedly rejected any deal including one of its best players.