With the secondary transfer window closed, what country is the number one exporter of talent to MLS?

The secondary transfer window is now closed, and the trade deadline has passed along with it.

That means that the major player movement period is now over for the 2015 season, though clubs still have until September 15 to add out-of-contract players before the roster freeze deadline.

We saw players from across the world join MLS in this window; including those from countries such as Morocco, Ghana and the Ivory Coast.

But after all the moves, which country boasts the most players in MLS?

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It turns out it's the South American country that has exported attacking talent to MLS by the bucket-load over the past couple seasons: Argentina.

The birthplace of Diego Valeri, Javier Morales and Matias Perez Garcia, among others, Argentina can now count 25 players in MLS. This is four more than the next-best exporter to MLS, England.

Below you can find the top four exporters to MLS and the players that have come over from each.

Argentina: 25 players
Leandro Barrera, Victor Cabrera, Ezequiel Cirigliano, Facundo Coria, Mauro Diaz, Fabian Espindola, Matias Perez Garcia, Federico Higuain, Sebastian Jaime, Matias Laba, Cristian Maidana, Lucas Melano, Leonel Miranda, Javier Morales, Norberto Paparatto, Ignacio Piatti, Lucas Pittinari, Juan Ramirez, Andres Romero, Mauro Rosales, Gaston Sauro, Luis Solignac, Maximiliano Urruti, Diego Valeri, Gonzalo Veron

England: 22 players
Giles Barnes*, Luke Boden, Andy Dorman**, Dom Dwyer, Otis Earle, Shay Facey, Steven Gerrard, Harrison Heath, Seb Hines, Frank Lampard, Tyrone Mears, Luke Moore, Luke Mulholland, Lewis Neal, Nigel Reo-Coker, Liam Ridgewell, Lloyd Sam, Jordan Stewart, Sean St. Ledger***, Matt Watson, Bradley Wright-Phillips, Shaun Wright-Phillips

* - born in England, represents Jamaica internationally
** - born in England, has represented Wales internationally
*** - born in England, represents Ireland internationally

Brazil: 19 players
Alex, Fabinho, Fred, Leo Fernandes, Adailton, Gilberto, Jackson, Jeanderson, Juninho, Kaká, Leonardo, Felipe, Michel, Paulo Nagamura, Pecka, Pedro Ribeiro, Marcelo Sarvas, Matheus Silva, Thomas

Jamaica: 18 players
Andre Blake, Sergio Campbell, Oniel Fisher, Shaun Francis, Jason Johnson, Kemar Lawrence, Andre Lewis, Damion Lowe, Darren Mattocks, Lovel Palmer, Demar Phillips, Alvas Powell, Dane Richards, Donovan Ricketts, Michael Seaton, Khari Stephenson, Jermaine Taylor, Romario Williams