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A free agent entering the offseason, Harvey announced he had signed with the expansion side on Friday, though the deal has not yet been confirmed.
Harvey, who will be 34 next month, is entering his 13th MLS season after playing for Vancouver in each of their first seven MLS campaigns. He has made at least 24 league appearances in each of the last nine seasons.
An LA move would represent a homecoming for Harvey, a native of nearby Mission Viejo, California, who played college soccer at UCLA.
Meanwhile, Metro reporter Kristian Dyer is hearing that former MLS and US national team forward Ante Razov will work on LAFC's coaching staff for Bob Bradley, who coached Razov both with the Chicago Fire and Chivas USA.
Per sources, hearing that #LAFC will be adding Ante Razov to their coaching staff. Former US international with plenty of experience, connections to Bob Bradley.— Kristian Dyer (@KristianRDyer) December 22, 2017
Meanwhile, Razov would be making a crosstown move after spending last year on the LA Galaxy staff. He previously served as an assistant for Seattle in the 2015 and 2016 seasons.
As a player, Razov scored 114 league goals in 262 appearances across five teams (Galaxy, Fire, Crew SC, MetroStars, Chivas USA).