Transaction Tracker 2

The 2019-20 Offseason Transaction Tracker

This tracker is updated as of January 17th. Check back periodically to make sure you don't miss a single move during the 2019-20 MLS offseason. 

January 17th: Orlando City SC acquires Peruvian goalkeeper Pedro Gallese on a permanent transfer. 

January 13th: Orlando City SC acquires midfielder Júnior Urso via transfer.

January 9th: Orlando City Selects Forward Daryl Dike, midfielder Joey DeZart, defender Jonathan Dean and goalkeeper Austin Aviza in 2020 MLS SuperDraft. 

December 30th: Orlando City SC Acquires Brazilian Center Back Antônio Carlos.

December 23rd: Orlando City SC Acquires Argentine Center Back Rodrigo Schlegel.

December 12th: Orlando City SC Signs Jordan Bender to Homegrown Contract

December 9th: Orlando City SC signs David Loera as a Homegrown Player. 

December 9th: Orlando City acquires midfielder Andrés Perea on a one-year loan with an option to buy.

November 27th: Orlando City SC signs defender Alex De John and Homegrown goalkeeper Mason Stajduhar to one-year contracts with options for additional years. 

November 25th: Orlando City receives a 2020 MLS SuperDraft Second Round Pick (No. 39 overall) and the No. 11 selection in the End-of-Year Waiver Draft from the New England Revolution in exchange for the No. 3 overall pick in the End-of-Year Waiver Draft.

November 25th: Minnesota United FC have selected Greg Ranjitsingh in the End-of-Waiver Draft, while the LA Galaxy selected Danilo Acosta.

November 25th: Orlando City SC re-signs midfielder Uri Rosell to two-year contract.

November 22nd: Orlando City SC exercises its option to permanently acquire Ruan and signs the defender to a two-year contract with an option for a third year.

November 21st: Orlando City SC announces 2019 End-of-Season Roster Decisions exercising options on five players, with the roster at 15 contracted players entering into the 2019-20 offseason.


September 11, 2020: Major League Soccer has announced the 2020 regular season schedule through the end of September. From September 18-27, each MLS club will compete in three regular season matches. Additional 2020 MLS regular season matches will be announced pending further developments regarding travel protocols. Attendance at matches will be determined in accordance with applicable state and local guidelines.