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 By Jason Davis

MLS preseason headlined by potential player strike over free agency

The ESPN FC team examine the possibility of an MLS player strike over free agency, where Alejandro Moreno believes the league may be sending two completely different messages to the players.

The new MLS season doesn't start until March 6 (we hope -- more on this later), but the offseason has already taken on a different feeling.

With the players back on the training field for preseason camps and reporters lurking around looking for stories, the time has come for the focus on the current collective bargaining agreement talks to go into overdrive.

The MLS news ticker delivered a few interesting non-CBA items over the past week, including the signing of a handful of notable names like...

 By Kevin Palmer

Chicago Fire complete signing of Scotland international Shaun Maloney

Shaun Maloney will join the Fire as a designated player, moving from English Championship side Wigan.

Scotland striker Shaun Maloney has completed his move from Wigan to MLS side Chicago Fire, as ESPN FC reported last Friday.

ESPN FC sources have confirmed that Maloney rejected offers to stay in English football to make the move to America, with the ex-Celtic striker relishing the challenge in Chicago.

"I certainly didn't expect it to get done this quickly, so I appreciate the faith that they've shown in me," 32-year-old Maloney told the Chicago Fire website. "I owe a lot to the manager Frank...

 By Kevin Palmer

Shaun Maloney to join MLS side Chicago Fire from Wigan Athletic

Shaun Maloney had been keen to play in Major League Soccer.

Shaun Maloney is set to join Chicago Fire on Saturday after the Major League Soccer club agreed a fee with Wigan Athletic.

The Fire have been keen to sign Maloney, who turns 31 on Saturday, for some time but have only now been able to agree a fee with Championship club Wigan.

"We've agreed terms with Chicago Fire for Shaun to leave imminently, so that is something that is going to be happening in the next day or so," Wigan boss Malky Mackay told BBC Radio Manchester

Wigan confirmed earlier...

 By Kevin Palmer

Wigan mull Chicago Fire interest in midfielder Shaun Maloney

Leicester City are also keen to sign Shaun Maloney (left).

Major League Soccer side Chicago Fire will find out this week whether they have been successful in their pursuit of Scotland and Wigan Athletic forward Shaun Maloney, sources have told ESPN FC.

The interest from Chicago was first registered last November, with 31-year-old Maloney interested in exploring the possibility of making a move to America's MLS, even though he is believed to have expressed a preference to return to a Premier League club if possible.

Leicester City had a bid for the player...

MLS to open season on March 6 with LA Galaxy vs. Chicago Fire

Los Angeles Galaxy head coach Bruce Arena has confirmed that the Liverpool legend Steve Gerrard will join the reigning MLS champs in July.
The Soccer Gods crew joins the ESPN FC team to delve deeper into whether or not there is parity in Major League Soccer, and Alejandro Moreno does not believe there is at all.

NEW YORK -- Major League Soccer is adding two teams to its playoffs, realigning the conferences and welcoming two new franchises.

The league announced the schedule for its 20th regular season Wednesday, with the opener March 6 as Chicago visits the champion Los Angeles Galaxy on a day that features four other matches.

Joining the league are Orlando City FC and New York City FC, who will face off at the Citrus Bowl for their debut game on March 8. NYCFC will play its home games at Yankee Stadium.

With...