It was another active offseason in MLS, with teams looking far and wide to infuse talent into their rosters. Here are three new arrivals who stand to make the biggest impact in 2018.
Ezequiel Barco, MF, Atlanta United
Predictably, we start with the $15 million man himself. Barco has all the makings to be a big hit in MLS and help lift Atlanta United to a title. Just watching the 18-year-old while with Independiente in last season's Copa Sudamericana, one could tell Barco has the game to turn...
Katai, 27, joined Alaves from Red Star Belgrade on a three-year deal at the summer transfer deadline in August 2016, but he has not started a game this season and has made only four substitute appearances in all competitions.