Kick Off: CCL draw set for Monday | Nagbe on ATL | Kaká retires

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

Nagbe discusses Atlanta move

Fresh Atlanta United catch Darlington Nagbe has revealed his reasons for making the switch from Portland. While the departure of Timbers boss Caleb Porter played a part, the midfielder was most attracted by the Five Stripes project after watching them shine as newcomers last season. READ MORE

Nagbe's new employers landed in the top spot on Ian Quillen's list of the 10 most important moves made during the first week of the offseason. READ MORE

2018 CCL draw on tap Monday

The five MLS clubs qualified for the 2018 CONCACAF Champions League will learn their Round of 16 opponents in Monday night's draw. READ MORE

This draw is naturally of great interest to Toronto FC, who are determined to add a CCL crown to compliment the domestic treble won this year. READ MORE

Kaká calls it a career

After revealing in October that he wouldn’t play for Orlando City SC in 2018, Kaká announced on social media on Sunday morning that he has retired from the sport. The 35-year-old Brazilian won the World Cup, UEFA Champions League, Serie A, La Liga and two Confederations Cup titles in his sparkling 16-year career, which closed out with 24 goals and 22 assists in 75 regular-season appearances for Orlando, including three MLS All-Star nods. READ MORE

DaMarcus Beasley patient with return decision

DaMarcus Beasley is taking his sweet time in deciding whether or not to play in 2018, and he says the Houston Dynamo are fine with that. READ MORE

Returning Revs, and a next move for NE

New England built their roster back up over the weekend by re-signing old hands Teal Bunbury, Andrew Farrell, Brad Knighton and Brian Wright on fresh deals. READ MORE

And per a report from Swedish outlet Nerikes Allehanda, the Revs' next move could net Ostersunds FK left-sider Gabriel Somi. READ MORE

Report: Galaxy to lure Feltscher?

According to The Sun, Cardiff City's Venezuela right back Rolf Feltscher is set to make the jump to join the LA Galaxy. READ MORE

Deuce puts on show at Holden's Houston fundraiser

Seattle star Clint Dempsey stole the show in Stuart Holden's Hurricane Harvey relief match in Houston on Sunday, bagging a bicycle kick and the niftiest penalty for the winning side. READ MORE

Exports: Pulisic nets late BvB winner

Borussia Dortmund has been struggling mightily at home of late, but Christian Pulisic put them back on the Westfalenstadion winning track with a clever 89th-minute decider on Saturday. WATCH VIDEO

Prior to making his league debut for Benfica this weekend, US youth international midfielder Keaton Parks got the feature treatment from American Soccer Now's Brian Sciaretta. READ MORE Must-Watch

The Movement: Calen Carr checks out Toronto FC's supporter scene