MLS Announce Expansion Plans

December 19, 2016

Primary North American soccer league Major League Soccer has announced plans to announce four new expansion franchises. The fee for securing a franchise expansion position is set to be around $150m, viagra buy with the next two teams to enter the league likely to be announced in mid-2017.

Interested expansion owners have just over a month to register their interest, with ten markets including Detroit and San Diego believed to be considering offers.

Atlanta United and Minnesota United will be joining the league next season, with Los Angeles FC beginning the following season. The last two teams to join the league were Orlando City (home of former World Player of the Year Kaka) and New York City (who boast World Cup winners David Villa and Andrea Pirlo) in 2015.

The current MLS Champions are Seattle Sounders, who defeated Toronto FC on penalties to take home the 2016 trophy.