Veron, 27, started just 13 of 60 games during three seasons with the Red Bulls, scoring 10 goals and registering four assists. He is coming off his best season in MLS --
six goals and three assists in 24 regular-season games, and one goal in three playoff appearances – yet the Red Bulls declined his contract option for 2018. He earned $500,000 in guaranteed
compensation last season.
The Galaxy will be the fifth MLS club for Carrasco, 29, who has played 126 games (77 starts), scored two goals, and logged five assists. He was selected in the 2011 SuperDraft by Sigi Schmid, head coach of Seattle at the time and now in charge of L.A.
LAFC claimed Mallace, 27, a 2012 SuperDraft pick by Montreal, for which he scored one goal and six assists in 80 regular-season appearances (51 starts). He also played six playoff games (one start). Seattle acquired him in a trade with the Impact last August and declined his 2018 contract option. He didn’t play a first-team game for the Sounders.