FC Toronto general manager Tim Bezbatchenko has stated his hope that English striker Jermain Defoe will return for a second season in Major League Soccer, but admits his club will listen to offers for the striker.
Defoe scored 11 goals in 19 appearances for Toronto last season, but he is reported to have come close to signing for his former West Ham, Portsmouth and Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp at Queens Park Rangers last summer.
The Loftus Road rumour has resurfaced as Defoe is being strongly...
Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has denied making any approach for MLS duo Robbie Keane and Jermain Defoe.
QPR are reported to be in the market for a striker and have been linked with Keane and Defoe, both of whom worked with Redknapp when he was the manager of Tottenham.
LA Galaxy forward Keane, the Major League Soccer MVP, has said he is open to a transfer and that "sometimes change is good for everybody."
Redknapp, however, denied suggestions the player could be on his way to Loftus...
United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann has stood by his decision to play Michael Bradley as an attacking midfielder during the World Cup, calling it Bradley's "ideal" role.
Bradley, who has spent the majority of his career as a central or even defending midfielder, struggled to look comfortable in Brazil in an attacking role, with LA Galaxy coach Bruce Arena telling SI.com last week that Bradley "was playing out of position."
But Klinsmann said he still wants Bradley in and around the opponent's box...
FC Dallas selected goalkeeper Dan Kennedy on Wednesday with the top pick of Major League Soccer's dispersal draft, which allowed teams to select players from defunct side Chivas USA.
Seven former Chivas players were selected in the draft, while 13 teams decided to pass.
Clubs acquiring players through the dispersal draft take on the players' existing contract with Chivas USA for 2015 and exercise all options. Those Chivas players not selected will be available in the league's re-entry draft or waiver...