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Trade Tracker: MLS half-day trade window

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Today is going to be a busy one folks....

Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports

Let the offseason really begin! Major League Soccer is doing a half-day trade window on Monday between 8am CT and Noon CT.

Teams may trade during this half-day window or re-sign their own players.

After the trade window closes, no more moves may be made until the MLS Expansion Draft takes place at 2 pm ET on Wednesday, December 10 after which the offseason trade window reopens.

2014 Offseason Schedule through December 12

December 8, 2014 - Half-day Trade Window: Open 9 am ET - 1 pm ET. Teams may trade during that window or may re-sign their own players. Blackout period starts at 1 pm ET, runs through the MLS Expansion Draft.

December 10, 2014 - MLS Expansion Draft

December 10, 2014 - Trade Window opens at the end of Expansion Draft; closes on December 11, 2014, at 5 pm ET

December 10, 2014 - MLS Waiver Draft

December 12, 2014 - MLS Re-entry Draft, Phase One

December 12, 2014 - Trade Window opens at the end of Re-entry Draft Phase One; closes on December 17, 2014, at 11 am ET

So far the deals have been made (as of 11:00am CT):

Orlando trades allocation money and future considerations for Aurellien Collin.

Orlando trades 2016 SuperDraft second round pick for Amobi Okugo.

Sporting Kansas City trades CJ Sapong to Philadelphia Union for a first round pick in the 2015 SuperDraft.

Columbus Crew trades Bernado Anor to Sporting KC for allocation money.

Portland Timbers trade Michael Harrington to Colorado Rapids for allocation money.

Portland Timbers acquire Nat Borchers from Real Salt Lake for allocation money.

NYCFC acquires Josh Williams from Columbus for allocation money.

Houston Dynamo acquires Joe Willis, Samuel Inkoom from D.C. Unite for Andrew Driver.

What about FC Dallas?

Yeah, they are pretty much staying quiet today. But with the Expansion Draft protection lists due to the league office by 1pm CT, they're still going to be busy. Once we have the protection list in our hands we will post it for you all to discuss.