With just over 24 hours until the end of Major League Soccer's Primary Transfer Window, teams are running out of time to sign players under contract in foreign leagues (or swing an intra-league loan). No surprise last-minute signings have surfaced yet, but there will likely be some movement to shore up rosters as we round into the middle stretch of the season. The Secondary Window opens July 8.
For more detail, the MLS roster rules and regulations, though not exactly simple, are fairly clear on the ins and outs of player transfers. Knowing which clubs have allocation money and cap space to burn is more of a guessing game, but here's the latest we know about the details of the current working CBA agreement.
So which teams will ink players by tomorrow? Sure, the Secondary Transfer Window is more popular for big name moves, but who needs to upgrade and replace injured players for this stretch? Will Philly bring in another goalkeeper? What massive signing do Sounders FC have up their sleeve? This is your open thread, so discuss and dream away.