Kick Off: Nagbe out 2-3 months, but ATL nabs Remedi | Power Rankings | POTW

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

As Nagbe goes down, Atlanta add 23-year-old d-mid Remedi

Supporters' Shield pace-setters Atlanta United were hit with some tough news on Tuesday: midfielder Darlington Nagbe will miss 2-3 months with the adductor injury suffered during their weekend draw with Portland. READ MORE

The Five Stripes completed a long-rumored maneuver to beef up their defensive midfield stable by landing Eric Remedi from Argentine side Banfield. The 23-year-old made 58 total appearances for the Buenos Aires club, with 47 of them coming over the past two campaigns. READ MORE

Sporting KC makes a Power (Rankings) move


Fresh off a big rally win over Houston, Sporting KC has taken over the penthouse in our Power Rankings. Meanwhile, Philadelphia's four-rung climb, the biggest of the week, has them in the top 10 for the first time this season. READ MORE

Warshaw: What to expect from new NYCFC boss Torrent

Now that Dome Torrent has enjoyed a debut MLS win with NYCFC, Bobby Warshaw outlines the tactical tweaks to expect from the Spaniard as the club begins to transition from their Patrick Vieira era (try saying that five times fast). READ MORE

Frei being evaluated for injury

Seattle head coach Brian Schmetzer revealed on Tuesday that star 'keeper Stefan Frei had entered concussion protocol. The 2016 MLS Cup MVP took an elbow to the head late in Saturday's draw with Chicago. READ MORE

Quakes extend Homegrown defender Nick Lima

San Jose has inked a multi-year extension with right back Nick Lima. The 23-year-old Homegrown Player has become a fast fixture in the Earthquakes line-up, starting in 36 of his first 38 MLS appearances. READ MORE

USMNT talk: Almeyda a manager option?

According to the American edition of Spanish daily AS, erstwhile Chivas boss Matias Almeyda has emerged as a contender for the US national team's vacant coaching post. READ MORE

Robles wowed by brotherly surprise

Following the completion of their weekend win over FC Dallas, New York Red Bulls netminder Luis Robles got a huge surprise. The club arranged for his brother Angel, a U.S. Army major freshly returned from a tour in Afghanistan, to pop out of the South Ward capo stand for a joyous reunion. READ MORE Must-Watch

Philly's Borek Dockal nets Alcatel Player of the Week honors