MLS Half-Day Trade Window Action

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Following last night's MLS Cup Final between Toronto & Seattle, the road to the 2018 season has officially started and today, for reasons unbeknown to most, Major League Soccer is allowing a half-day trade window where players can move freely within the league from club to club.

Here's the action as it happened:

Darren Mattocks
Attacker

Portland Timbers > D.C United
International roster slot for 2018

Kevin Oliveira
Midfielder
&

Tyler Pasher
Defender

Sporting Kansas City > Atlanta United
Kenwyne Jones, Alex Tambakis and Atlanta’s natural fourth-round pick in the 2021 MLS SuperDraft.  

Arturo Alvarez
Attacker

Chicago Fire > Houston Dynamo
2nd round pick in 2019 MLS SuperDraft

Harrison Heath
Midfielder

Atlanta United > Minnesota United
4th round pick in 2019 MLS SuperDraft

Walker Zimmerman
Defender

FC Dallas > LAFC
$500,000 in allocation money + top spot in the allocation ranking

Frederic Brillant
Defender

NYCFC > D.C United
$75k General Allocation Money + International Roster Slot

Kei Kamara
Attacker

New England Revolution > Vancouver Whitecaps FC
Vancouver's 2019 natural first round SuperDraft pick and a conditional 2020 second round SuperDraft selection

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