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MLS Players Who Could Go to Europe

MLS players on the verge of going overseas or at least we hope so. We’ve got a couple wildcards on the list and of course one U.S. keeper (as they're always sought after), but if there’s a name that should be on this list, let us know.

Landon Donovan (LA Galaxy)– Back to Europe on loan after the MLS season, should he stay or go? I think he has to go at this stage in his career if he wants to play at the highest level.

Justin Mapp (Chicago) – High hopes were placed on this clever player but has had to endure injuries this year and missed out on U.S national team call ups.

Sacha Kljestan (Chivas) – Starting for the U.S. national team now.

Pablo Mastroeni (Colorado) – Wants to make a go for it before it’s too late.

Kenny Cooper (Dallas) – Back to the EPL and to play against his former youth team, Manchester United?

Brian Ching (Houston) – He’s much like Brian McBride, solid, consistent and scores goals. Why can’t he play in Europe?

Robbie Rogers (Columbus) – Blazing speed and his team is having a marvelous year so far.

Edson Buddle (LA Galaxy) – Has scored a lot of goals. At least he’s earned a U.S. national team call up.

Matt Reis (New England) – U.S. keepers are always wanted.

Stuart Holden (Houston) – U.S. Olympic standout who might not be strong enough to make the transition, maybe in a year or two. He has the talent though. At times he scores some wonderful goals.

Ricardo Clark (Houston) – Quick, strong, and getting better and better on the ball.

Nate Jaqua (Houston) – Size and good foot skills. Will he head back? Houston probably would like him stay.


Brandon McDonald (LA Galaxy) – A wildcard play. I think Ruud Gullit liked this player and may help find a team for him.

Michael Parkhurst (New England) – Might have hurt his chances with a poor performance in China. Couldn’t handle the Nigerian forwards.

Shalrie Joseph (New England) – Deserves a shot but age is now too big a factor.

Dane Richards (New York) – Lightening speed and he’s still young.

Ryan Johnson (San Jose) – He’s a beast and a brusier, an all around handful for defenders – he's strong and good in the air.

Arturo Alvarez (San Jose) – Don’t know if he’s there yet, needs to score more goals, but still young. Not sure if he's got the speed.

Marvell Wynne (Toronto) – Very young and had a good run in China. His speed is unmatched but skills on the ball not on par just yet.


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