Ahead of the 2019 season, coaches from around MLS share their views on how to define success in the evolving league. The Portland Timbers are prepared to move on from their pursuit of Tigres forward Eduardo Vargas, a club source with direct knowledge of the negotiations told ESPN FC. The Timbers’ bid for Vargas was thought to include a transfer fee just under $10 million, but the source indicated that Portland’s offer was actually $8.5m including incentives. MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER WATCH ON ESPN+ ESPN+: Examining Europe’s perception of MLS ESPN FC TV has all the latest MLS action and debate. Watch anytime, anywhere by subscribing to ESPN+ Preseason with the Quakes: How Almeyda is turning them around Matias Almeyda returned River Plate to Argentina’s first division and won Chivas titles. Now he’s tasked with reviving the San Jose Earthquakes. #SaveTheCrew worked. Now what for Columbus? After the rip-roaring success of #SaveTheCrew and a new ownership group keeping the team in Columbus comes the hard work of moving forward. – ESPN FC TV: MLS debate on ESPN+ – Upcoming fixtures – All the latest MLS news The source added that Tigres has a higher valuation of the player, but are keen to move Vargas, and could circle back to the Timbers if they decide…

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