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10 MLS players set to break out in 2015

Now healthy, FC Dallas midfielder Mauro Diaz could very well lead MLS in assists in 2015.
Now healthy, FC Dallas midfielder Mauro Diaz could very well lead MLS in assists in 2015.

With a new collective bargaining agreement in place, Major League Soccer can look ahead to arguably the most promising season of its 20-year existence. Part of that excitement are the many emerging talents who are primed to break out this season, thrust into the spotlight because of an increased role within their team, or a fresh start with a new club.

Here is a list of 10 players who are ready to step up this season and thrive in bigger roles. Keep in mind that this is not a list for guys like Gyasi Zardes (LA Galaxy) or Wil Trapp (Columbus Crew), who have already earned acclaim as players who can consistently contribute within MLS. Instead, this list mixes a group of young players on the rise with more experienced players who are poised to have a significantly bigger presence in the 2015 campaign.

That said, here's a list of 10 players likely to break out in the 2015 MLS season, including analysis from ESPN FC's Taylor Twellman.

Mauro Diaz |  Midfield | Age: 23 | Team: FC Dallas | Country: Argentina

Diaz was one of the league's most productive attackers at the start of the 2014 MLS season, scoring three goals and ranking fourth in the league in attacking-half touches before suffering a knee injury at the end of April. In his absence, Dallas went on a seven-game winless streak, with just five goals and ranking in the bottom half of the league in chances created during the Argentinian midfielder's absence.

Diaz returned in July to lead Dallas to the MLS playoffs, and in 2015 he will be counted on to lead a speedy attack that features Fabian Castillo, Blas Perez and Tesho Akindele. The midfielder's vision and creativity in the attacking half will complement the team's speed, and a healthy Diaz is likely to contend for the MLS lead in assists in 2015.

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Colorado Rapids turned down Diego Forlan but remain coy on Kevin Doyle

Diego Forlan's contract with Cerezo Osaka is due to expire in the summer.

Colorado Rapids claim to have rejected the chance to sign Cerezo Osaka striker Diego Forlan but are refusing to rule out a move for Wolves forward Kevin Doyle.

Forlan, who joined Cerezo last January, is out of contract in the summer when his deal with the Japanese club expires.

Paul Bravo, the vice president of soccer operations and technical director of the Rapids, has revealed that the Major League Soccer side were offered the former Uruguay captain but turned down the chance to sign him.

"He...

 By Kevin Palmer

Kevin Doyle approached by Colorado Rapids over MLS move - sources

Kevin Doyle struggled to make an impact during a loan spell at Crystal Palace earlier this season.

Republic of Ireland striker Kevin Doyle has been contacted by Colorado Rapids over the possibility of a move to Major League Soccer, sources have told ESPN FC.

Doyle, 31, is out of favour at Wolverhampton Wanderers and appears certain to leave the Championship club when his current contract expires in the summer, and he could now consider a move to the United States.

After his loan spell with Premier League side Crystal Palace ended without success last month, Doyle has returned to Wolves to see...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Colorado to host MLS All-Star Game in July

Dick's Sporting Goods Park, home of the Colorado Rapids, will host the MLS All-Star Game on July 29.

Major League Soccer will host its annual All-Star Game in Colorado this season, the league announced on Wednesday.

The game between the MLS All-Stars and an opponent to be announced will take place at the Colorado Rapids' Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City on July 29.

"Colorado has become a destination for marquee soccer events, and we are thrilled to bring the AT&T All-Star Game to the region," MLS commissioner Don Garber said in a league statement. "Dick's Sporting Goods Park is a tremendous...

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Crew acquire Rapids defender Chris Klute to complete draft deal

Chris Klute is on his way to the Columbus Crew.

The Columbus Crew acquired defender Chris Klute on Friday from the Colorado Rapids to complete a trade that was agreed during from Thursday's MLS SuperDraft.

The Rapids traded up from the 19th pick to the 14th to select Swedish defender Axel Sjoberg. In exchange, they gave the 19th pick to Columbus as well as "future considerations" that turned out to be Klute.

The 24-year-old Klute spent three seasons with the Rapids, where he made 55 starts and was named the team's Defender of the Year...