Each year the clubs of the MLS reinforce their campuses with different methods of analysis and recruitment. There is no exact formula that will ensure that the player signed will perform according to expectations. The warranty is even more speculative and less certain when the player in question comes from outside, that is to say, who has not played in the MLS.
It is clear that the performance of the player once in the club will also depend on a number of factors, in how the team puts the tools available to the player so that they can develop to their fullest potential in soccer.
Following Toronto’s example
One of the more illustrative examples is the Toronto FC. In 2014, they signed two Franchise Players with credentials to do well, the case of Jermain Defoe and Gilberto, and in the end they both failed. But in the following year, they were the envy of everybody with the success of the new Franchise Players: Sebastian Giovinco and Jozy Altidore.
Jelle Van Damme (L.A. Galaxy)
He is not one of the heavyweights of the club, but his performance has been very good. The Belgian defender not only commands behind and stop the opponents but he also attacks with a wealth of resources to be a defender, he also participates in the development of offensive plays.
Rónald Matarrita (New York City FC)
The Costa Rican has docked a wonder of a box full of stars. His contribution for the team in both defensive as offensive sides has helped the team a lot in a season where the Citizens are fighting on the top of the Eastern Conference.
Tim Howard (Colorado Rapids)
The Rapids were very surprising to all in 2016, not only for their good football and the results obtained, but also to achieve the repatriation of the historic goalkeeper of the National Team. Howard was a mediatic signing, and immediately made an impact with his spectacular saves, which also have earned points for the club.