Jack Harrison - NYCFC - 2017

AROUND THE LEAGUE: Everything you need to know today

Here is everything you need to know about MLS and North American soccer this morning:

Wiebe: Harrison to Man City benefits all involved

Jack Harrison secured a move to Manchester City (and ensuing loan to Middlesbrough) on Tuesday, and Andrew Wiebe argues that everyone is a winner in this transfer. READ MORE

Kreis raising the stakes in Orlando

Following Orlando City moves to snare Justin Meram and Oriol Rosell, Sam Stejskal writes that head coach Jason Kreis is betting big on a first playoff berth for the club this season. READ MORE

Crew SC turning the page

How will Columbus react to dealing away attack aces Ola Kamara and Justin Meram in rapid succession? Well, they've gone shopping, of course. READ MORE

Castillo: Getting the most of Miami

Our own Miami native, Arielle Castillo, has offered some advice on succeeding in Miami both on and off the field: invite the whole region to the city's soccer party. READ MORE

The new club's supporters had more reason to get excited after receiving congratulations and the hint of a future Miami move from Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi. READ MORE

Barco: I watched Atlanta last season

In an interview with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, fresh Atlanta United catch Ezequiel Barco says he's not coming blind to MLS. As it turns out, the teen playmaker started watching Five Stripes matches when he was first linked to them last year. READ MORE

LAFC shopping Canadian

New kids on the block Los Angeles Football Club have added to their backline stable by signing veteran Canada defender Dejan Jakovic, who last played for the New York Cosmos. READ MORE

They may not be done bringing Canada internationals into the fold. Goal's Ives Galarcep reports that LAFC are set to seal a deal to land Louisville City attacker Mark Anthony Kaye. READ MORE

US youth international Requejo auditioning in D.C.

Soccer Insider Steven Goff revealed that D.C. United have handed a trial to US youth international left back John Requejo. READ MORE

Exports: Cherundolo takes No. 2 Stuttgart job

After nearly 20 years of flying the Hannover 96 flag, former US defender Steve Cherundolo has left to become assistant coach with Bundesliga battlers Stuttgart. READ MORE

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