Summer 2017 MLS Transfer Window Tracker: Houston Dynamo

Last updated: Aug. 10, 2017

Signing The Dynamo bolstered their defensive options with the signing of veteran Swiss international Phillippe Senderos on Aug. 7. The 32-year-old center back was a free agent after leaving Scotland's Rangers FC in May.
Signing Houston made a splash on July 17, signing Argentinean playmaker Tomas Martinez as a Young Designated Player from Portuguese club SC Braga.
Signing The Dynamo announced they have signed English-born midfielder Charlie Ward to a first-team contract after the 22-year-old spent the last year-and-a-half playing for Rio Grande Valley FC, Houston's USL affiliate.
Report The Record in Portugal has reported that the Dynamo have secured the transfer of 22-year-old Argentine midfielder Tomas Martinez from SC Braga. The Primeira Liga club are parting ways with the Martinez because he doesn't fit manager Abel Ferreira's 4-4-2 system, according to the Record. Houston's Wilmer Cabrera has primarily employed a 4-3-3, though he has toggled formations at times.
Transaction Houston made use of their No. 1 slot in the MLS Allocation Ranking on June 20, acquiring a bevy of assets from D.C. United in exchange for the top spot, which D.C. used to acquire Jamaican striker and former Colorado Rapid Deshorn Brown via a transfer from the USL's Tampa Bay Rowdies.