It is the morning before Christmas, and all through MLS, things kept stirring because the offseason is always a mess. Happy Thursday!
Report: Contract talks between D.C. United and Perry Kitchen have broken down - Black And Red United: The chances of Perry Kitchen coming back next are getting slimmer and slimmer.
The last scrap yard in the District closes to make room for stadium - The Washington Post: Progress continues on the D.C. United stadium site, with Super Salvage now closed and their salvage material moved.
Why German soccer wants American players | Football | The Guardian: I wonder if Perry has been taking notes; foreign leagues have surely been taking notice of America and Americans.
Sources: Luis Gil signing with Liga MX side Queretaro - Goal.com: He and Lamar Neagle will have to watch from the sidelines as both are cup-tied.
I feel bad for Montreal fans, and this doesn't make MLS look very good if he leaves, but I'm not surprised.
We are currently in contact with Didier Drogba and Chelsea FC. We are doing everything we can to have him back with the Impact in 2016.#IMFC— Impact de Montréal (@impactmontreal) December 23, 2015
That's all I've got. What's up?