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 By Noah Davis

MLS homegrown minutes go up but chances for young U.S. talent limited

MLS homegrowns
Tyler Adams, Kellyn Acosta and Wil Trapp are homegrown success stories, but are there enough more to come?

As Major League Soccer grows older, its players continue to skew younger. Teams in the domestic first division, which kicks off its 23rd season on March 3, signed 73 players during the offseason. Those men boasted an average age of 24 and three-quarters. The nine designated players, led by 19-year-old Uruguayan Diego Rossi, were even greener at just over 22-and-a half years old. MLS, saddled by a reputation as a league for aging stars, is becoming something else.

The youth movement extends to...

 By Arch Bell

MLS-record signing Ezequiel Barco, Carlos Vela headline league's top new imports

Alejandro Moreno and Mark Donaldson talk the biggest names joining Major League Soccer from leagues abroad.
Carlos Vela joins the FC crew to talk about leaving Europe to join MLS expansion team LAFC, the brewing rivalry with LA Galaxy and Mexico's World Cup outlook.
Alejandro Moreno explains why Atlanta United's record move for 18-year-old Independiente standout Ezequiel Barco is a significant moment for MLS.
In episode two of 'Two on Tri', ESPN's Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez break down how the highlights and lowlights of Mexican national team players and their impact on MLS.

It was another active offseason in MLS, with teams looking far and wide to infuse talent into their rosters. Here are three new arrivals who stand to make the biggest impact in 2018.

Ezequiel Barco, MF, Atlanta United

Predictably, we start with the $15 million man himself. Barco has all the makings to be a big hit in MLS and help lift Atlanta United to a title. Just watching the 18-year-old while with Independiente in last season's Copa Sudamericana, one could tell Barco has the game to turn...

Big-name moves, Columbus, LAFC among MLS offseason storylines

With several MLS stars set to line up for new clubs in 2018, check out some of the most notable trades of the offseason.

Say this for the MLS offseason: It hasn't been dull, despite the fact that considerable oxygen has been taken up by the U.S. Soccer Federation presidential election as well as the continued angst over the future of the men's national team.

There have been notable moves on the player front, even if that has been coupled with a slow free-agent market. Meanwhile, there has been progress on the expansion front, while a new team in LAFC is racing to be ready for its debut season.

Let's dive into the...

Savarese equipped for unique culture of Portland after Cosmos reign

Giovanni Savarese says he's eager to earn the respect of Portland fans after being introduced as the Timbers' next coach.

When the Portland Timbers unexpectedly parted ways with Caleb Porter this offseason, the immediate popular discussion outside of Portland was that this was a story about Porter, not the Timbers.

The subsequent speculation linking Porter with the vacant U.S. job tended to glide over the fact that the Portland Timbers are a very particular organization within MLS. Their leadership understand they are as much a cultural presence within the city as a footballing one, and their coaching requirements...

Futbol in América: Miami ready to make mark thanks to David Beckham

The city of Miami has a large Hispanic population desperately looking for a soccer team to applaud.

Editor's note: This has been translated from its original form on ESPN Deportes as part of its 'Futbol in America' series.

MIAMI -- One can't help but notice the wonderful aromas that emanate from neighborhoods in Miami as a casual stroll through the streets of this cosmopolitan city invites you to stop and sip its flavorful coffees and sample its delectable cuisine. Wander a little further and one comes across soccer pitches, teeming with a wannabe Lionel Messi or an aspiring Cristiano Ronaldo....

 By Noah Davis

The good, the bad and the ugly of MLS expansion: What LAFC can expect

Despite MLS finally awarding a franchise to Miami, ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno says details are still lacking about David Beckham's club.

Major League Soccer is a growing league. Los Angeles Football Club joins as the 23rd team this season, with Nashville, Miami and at least three more clubs on the horizon.

Last year, Atlanta United and Minnesota United came online with different visions of how to succeed in America's top flight. The divergent paths each team went down offer ideas for the future, providing possible models for the clubs that come next. Should Atlanta's outsize ambition be a guide? Or does Minnesota's slower start...