It's still cold. Grab some coffee, warm up and start clicking away on links from around the world of soccer.
Pending a physical, the LA Galaxy have signed Swedish midfielder Stefan Ishizaki. Ishizaki is 31 and has been playing professionally since 1999.
Looks like it's official. Freddy Montero has been sold to Sporting Lisbon of the Primeira Liga in Portugal. Montero hasn't played with the Sounders since 2012, but still holds their all-time leading scorer title with 47 goals.
United Abroad update: We have located Freddy Adu. It appears that Adu is overseas and training with second-tier English club, Blackpool.
Miami Heat forward and NBA superstar LeBron James has been rumored to be in the group of investors being put together by David Beckham for Miami's potential MLS team. LeBron currently owns a small portion of Liverpool FC and spoke of MLS coming to Miami in an interview with CBS Miami saying,
"I think it could be great (soccer in Miami). We’ll see what happens," James said. "I think Miami is a great place for soccer. There’s so many great athletes that come from South Florida, Florida in general, and you know, the lower coast. Hopefully we can make it really good."
Bill Reese at Empire of Soccer does some number crunching and takes a look at MLS salaries.
To help celebrate their 40th anniversary, the San Jose Earthquakes introduced new kits for the 2014 season. The away kit features a red jersey, similar to one the Quakes wore in 1974.
As always, use this as your open thread for any soccer-related news throughout the day.