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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2016/2017 Season

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 By Ben Gladwell

Orlando City hopeful of signing Antonio Nocerino ahead of D.C. United

Antonio Nocerino AC Milan
Antonio Nocerino's discovery rights are owned by D.C. United.

Orlando City coach Adrian Heath has spoken of his hope of signing AC Milan midfielder Antonio Nocerino.

While Nocerino, 30, currently remains contracted to Milan, D.C. United own his discovery rights -- as they first expressed an interest in bringing the player to Major League Soccer -- meaning in theory he should be joining them after being released by Milan.

However, Orlando boss Heath says his club are also keen on working with Nocerino and are closing in on a deal to sign the midfielder.

An...

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Colorado Rapids deal midfielder Marcelo Sarvas to D.C. United

Marcelo Sarvas, right, has joined D.C. United.

The Colorado Rapids sent midfielder Marcelo Sarvas to D.C. United on Monday in exchange for targeted allocation money.

Sarvas, 34, played in 25 games for the Rapids last season after spending the three previous years with the LA Galaxy, where he won two MLS Cups.

He scored twice after missing the beginning of the season following knee surgery.

"Marcelo brings MLS experience and a veteran presence to our group," said D.C. United general manager Dave Kasper. "He is a tenacious player who has been...

D.C. United goalkeeper Bill Hamid out 4-6 months after knee surgery

Bill Hamid was injured while training ahead for the U.S. team's January camp.

WASHINGTON -- D.C. United says U.S. national team goalie Bill Hamid is expected to be sidelined for up to six months after having right knee surgery.

Hamid, 25, tore the lateral meniscus in his knee while preparing for the U.S. team's January camp.

D.C. United announced Thursday that Hamid was operated on by U.S. national team doctor Michael Gerhardt in Los Angeles.

The team will convene in Washington on Jan. 22 before leaving for Bradenton, Florida, where they will begin their preseason preparations...

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Nick DeLeon ready to pick between Trinidad and Tobago, United States

Nick DeLeon discusses his recent injury concerns, DC United's keys to improve and more ahead of the 2015/16 MLS season.

D.C. United midfielder Nick DeLeon has opened the door to representing Trinidad and Tobago, confirming that he'll make the call on his international allegiance in the coming months.

Born in Phoenix, Arizona, the 25-year-old is eligible to play for the Caribbean nation through his father -- T&T international and former NASL player Leroy DeLeon.

DeLeon has declined two previous call ups from T&T, but now says that the pull of international football is too good to turn down.

"I have been approached...