This slideshow show player that I would love to seee move to the MLS.
After being released by Barcelona the Mexican captain is strongly linked with moving to New York after they realeased a statement saying they would reveal a designated player on the 3rd of August.
The centre back would stregthen New York's back four and bring more attraction yo the MLS game.
Ronaldinho is past his peak and it looks he may not have an international career after being left out the world cup squad.
Although a lot of you may laugh at the prospect at Ronaldinho moving to the MLS but the Brazilian is reportedly on the move and might have told his agent to find him new club.
Son of USA national manager Bob Bradley, Michael Bradley, would be a legend in trhe MLS if he moved back to his home country. After a good world cup scoring a vital goal which helped them qualify Bradley is reportedly unhappy in Germany.
There are rumours of a move to Bruce Arena's LA Galaxy with American teamate Lnadon Donovan.
After a dissappointing season with Man United Owen should be on the move and i think he would be great in the MLS as he enters his thirties.
The English striker is certainly past his peak and if Man United bring in ore players it is a tiny chance Owen will have a future at the Premier League runners up.
After being released by Man City the 36 year old left back looks to retire soon aand a move to America to finish his career could lead him to becoming a big hit.