Kick Off: Kljestan to OCSC, Larin to 'Gladbach? | Badji wants Senegal call

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

Lions pounce to snare Kljestan from RBNY

Big news came for Orlando City fans on Tuesday, with Jeff Carlisle of ESPN first reporting that the club have pulled off a trade for New York Red Bulls star Sacha Kljestan and a sack of Targeted Allocation Money, confirmed Wednesday morning by the clubs. RBNY are accepting Tommy Redding and Carlos Rivas in return for their skipper. READ MORE

That was far from the only news surrounding the Lions on Tuesday. England tabloid The Sun claims that Borussia Monchengladbach are set to win the race to sign Orlando City's Canada striker Cyle Larin. READ MORE

Another ATL bid for Barco rejected?

According to leading Argentine daily Clarin, Atlanta United have now seen an improved offer knocked back [in Spanish—ed.] for Independiente playmaking talent Ezequiel Barco. The paper claims the Red Devils are holding out for a fee of well over $20 million. READ MORE

A loan ace for the Five Stripes this past season, Yamil Asad is now back in Argentina to start preseason camp at Velez Sarsfield. Though he's not sure what his future holds, the winger says he loved his time in Atlanta [in Spanish—ed.] and knows MLS has not seen the last of him yet. READ MORE

D.C. add Venezuela midfielder Moreno

Soccer Insider Steven Goff first reported that D.C. United have snared Zulia central midfielder Junior Moreno, later confirmed by the team. The 24-year-old enjoyed his first four Venezuela caps in 2017, with a debut coming against the US national team back in July. READ MORE

Over in the West, Portland have augmented their back line with the long-expected signing of 24-year-old Costa Rica defender Julio Cascante. READ MORE

Galaxy bring back Cole, Husidic

Kevin Baxter of the Los Angeles Times reports that the LA Galaxy have agreed to fresh deals with veterans Ashley Cole and Baggio Husidic. He also says the StubHub crew have a shot at landing US midfielder Perry Kitchen next. READ MORE

Veteran defender Jordan Harvey joins LAFC

Across town, local product Jordan Harvey sealed a free agent move to expansion side Los Angeles FC on Tuesday. The 33-year-old wide defender makes the move after 6-plus years in Vancouver. READ MORE

Revs seal Homegrown capture

New England used another means of building their roster with the Homegrown Player signing of productive teen midfielder Isaac Angking. READ MORE

Badji waiting on Senegal call

With Senegal now into a World Cup year, Colorado attack ace Dominique Badji is letting it be well known to national team boss Aliou Cisse that he's dying to represent his country on the field of play. READ MORE Must-Watch

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