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Around MLS: Orlando City ready for 2015, rosters frozen, and more

Orlando City announces players heading to MLS with them in 2015, all rosters in MLS are frozen.

Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

FC Dallas beat Vancouver Whitecaps 2-1 at home last week. Let's look at what else is happening around MLS.

Orlando City

USL Pro side Orlando City released the names of the players making the transition to MLS in 2015 with them. A majority of their players were cut. But a select few have made the roster.

Players on current 2015 MLS roster:

Kaka - currently on loan with Sao Paulo FC in Brazil.

Darwin Ceren - defensive midfielder that plays for El Salvador.

Kevin Molino - the midfielder was the club's first MLS signee and lead all of USL Pro in 2014 with 20 goals nine assists.

Estrela - the midfielder is one of two players signed from the SL Benfica youth.

Rafael Ramos - the defender is the other player signed from Benfica's youth ranks.

Tommy Redding - the club's first homegrown signee, a defender for the US U-18s and native of Florida.

Tyler Turner - defender, former US U-17 member.

The club is also in negotiations with Luke Boden, Harrison Heath, and Adama Mbengue. The rest of the players have been released.

Rosters frozen

As of Monday night, all MLS team's rosters are frozen. Teams like Columbus Crew and Vancouver Whitecaps came close to making some additions, but nothing came to fruition.

However, Vancouver did add two Homegrown players to their rosters for 2015. Marco Bustos and Kianz Froese are the club's 10th and 11th homegrown signees.

Montreal Impact also signed midfielder Louis Beland-Goyette as their eighth homegrown in team history.

Toronto FC also signed Christopher Mannella as their 10th homegrown player.

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