Kick Off: Juve to play All-Stars | Villa may sit | MIN closer to Quintero?

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

Juve's coming to the ATL

The opponent for the 2018 MLS All-Star Game presented by Target has been announced, and it's none other than Italian giants Juventus. The storied Serie A club will head across the Atlantic to take on MLS's best at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Aug. 1. READ MORE

Villa in doubt for Revs tilt

New York City FC showed last weekend that they can win without David Villa, and they just might need to try it again at New England. El Guaje has yet to resume full training due to a calf knock that kept him out of Saturday's victory over Orlando City. READ MORE

Vazquez inks fresh deal

Toronto FC have announced completion of a multi-year extension for attacking wizard Victor Vazquez. The 31-year-old notched 10 goals and 20 helpers in 39 games across all competitions during a debut Reds season that ended with a treble celebration. READ MORE

Wiebe: Trio courting crisis

It's no secret that Chicago, Orlando City and Portland are off to very rough starts. Andrew Wiebe outlines how each got the place where they should already have one eye on the panic button so early in the league campaign. READ MORE

Seattle hunting for goals

The Sounders are dealing with a raft of absences, including Clint Dempsey after his red card Saturday. | USA Today Images

With most of their attack missing time early in a season that has seen them shut out in their first two MLS matches, Seattle are targeting a big summer splash for a quality striker. READ MORE

Concussion sidelines Escobar

Atlanta United will be without defender Franco Escobar for an undetermined time until he can pass through concussion protocol. The 23-year-old was hurt late in last weekend's big win over Vancouver. READ MORE

Durkin ready to rumble

With injury and international duty sapping strength from D.C. United's defensive midfield stable, teen talent Chris Durkin has declared he's ready, willing and able to step into the fray when they visit an unbeaten Columbus side on Saturday. READ MORE

Transfer wire: Quintero, Abate

From the drawn out transfer saga file: Club America boss Miguel Herrera has admitted they have an offer in hand for Darwin Quintero from Minnesota United. According to Mexican outlet SDP Noticias, the Colombian attacker is set start discussing terms directly with the Loons. READ MORE

Meanwhile, veteran AC Milan right back Ignazio Abate is reportedly so eager to make an MLS move this summer that he's willing to ask out of the final year of his contract. READ MORE Must-Watch

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