MLS Offseason Moves: All the trades, signings ahead of the 2015 campaign

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The MLS offseason waits for no one. 

Within hours of the LA Galaxy lifting a fifth MLS Cup, teams have begun wheeling, dealing and positioning themselves for 2015. The league's few-hour trade window prior to the Dec. 10 expansion draft yielded a number of trades involving some significant names, the expansion draft saw Orlando City and New York City FC beef up their squads and more moves are on the way.

We'll keep tally of all of them as they happen:


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    Another U.S. national team player is returning to MLS, as Sacha Kljestan is back in the league as a member of the New York Red Bulls after a successful multi-year stint with Belgium's Anderlecht. READ MORE

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    The Chicago Fire's attacking makeover received another boost with a third winter DP signing, Scotland midfielder Shaun Maloney. He joins Ghana's David Accam and Nigeria's Kennedy Igboananike as new attacking tools for manager Frank Yallop. READ MORE

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    The LA Galaxy will use the DP spot vacated by Landon Donovan on Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard, who will join the defending MLS Cup champions in July. READ MORE

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    Roger Espinoza has returned to the place that served as a launchpad for his career, re-signing with Sporting KC after a spell at Wigan Athletic. READ MORE

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    Zac MacMath will be manning the goal for the Colorado Rapids after being loaned to the Western Conference side from the Philadelphia Union. READ MORE

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    Midfielder Michael Stephens is back in MLS, signing with his hometown Chicago Fire. The UCLA product spent last season playing for Bob Bradley's Stabaek in Norway following time with the LA Galaxy. READ MORE

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    Expansion club Orlando City added a pair of standout players in All-Star center back Aurelien Collin and versatile center back/midfielder Amobi Okugo while also making its trade for goalkeeper Tally Hall official. READ MORE

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    Andrew Driver is headed to D.C. United along with a draft pick in exchange for goalkeeper Joe Willis and Ghanaian international Samuel Inkoom. READ MORE

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