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Panama's Torres joins summer DP class
August 8th, 2013 11:09PM

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[MLS IMPORT WATCH] Thursday night marked the end of the MLS summer transfer window. Colorado announced that it had acquired Panamanian Gold Cup star Gabriel Torres, making him the fifth Designated Player signing of the summer after Juan Luis Anangono (Chicago), Hernan Bernardello (Montreal), Alex Lopez (Houston) and, of course, Clint Dempsey (Seattle).

Torres is the second starter from Panama's Gold Cup runner-up team to sign with MLS. Goalie Jaime Penedo joined the LA Galaxy.

Among the last-minute player deals that could still go through are Charlie Davies' loan from Randers FC in Denmark to New England and Uruguayan midfielder Egidio Rios' move from Palermo to Chicago.
 


SUMMER IMPORTS:
Chicago:
Juan Luis Anangono/Ecuador (El Nacional)

Chivas USA:
D Carlos Bocanegra/USA (Racing Santander)
D Jaime Frias/USA (loan from Guadalajara)
F Erick Torres/Mexico (loan from Guadalajara)

Colorado:
F Vicente Sanchez/Uruguay (Club Nacional)
F Gabriel Torres/Panama (Zamora FC)

FC Dallas:
M Mauro Diaz/Argentina (River Plate)
M Erick/Brazil (Portimonense)

D.C. United:
F Conor Doyle/USA (loan from Derby County)
M Jared Jeffrey/USA (Mainz II)

Houston:
M Alex Lopez/Honduras (Olimpia)

LA Galaxy:
GK Jaime Penedo/Panama (Municipal)

Montreal:
M Hernan Bernardello/Argentina (Colon)
M Paolo DelPiccolo/USA (Eintracht Frankfurt II)
D Adrian Lopez/Spain (Wigan)

New York:
D/M David Carney/Australia (FC Bunyodkor)
D Ibrahim Sekagya/Uganda (Red Bull Salzburg)
F Bradley Wright-Phillips/England (Brentwood)

Philadelphia:
D Fabinho
/Brazil (Sydney FC)
M Gilberto/Brazil (Atletico Sorocaba)
GK Oka Nikolov/Macedonia (Eintracht Frankfurt)

Portland:

D Alvas Powell/Jamaica (loan from Portmore United)

San Jose:

M Jaime Alas/El Salvador (loan from Rosenborg)
D/M Jordan Stewart/England (Coventry City)

Seattle:
F Clint Dempsey/USA (Tottenham)

Toronto FC:
D Jonas Elmer/Switzerland (FC Winterthur)
M Alvaro Rey/Spain (Xerez)

No Imports:
Columbus
New England
Sporting KC
Real Salt Lake
Vancouver


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