There's some breaking news in the MLS world as rumors have surfaced that Italian legend Andrea Pirlo could replace Landon Donovan when the US star retires at the end of the season.
According to a report from ESPNFC.com, the LA Galaxy could make an offer for Pirlo in order make Donovan's retirement much easier on the club.
However, what could potentially prevent the deal from happening is that the Galaxy want Pirlo to make the move sooner rather than later.
If Pirlo and Juventus prefer a later transfer, it may cause the Galaxy to look elsewhere to find Donovan's replacement.
There's no doubt that bringing in a legend like Pirlo would instantly give the Galaxy a boost, and considering the type of run they've had as of late, that's a scary thought for the rest of the MLS.
Should LA do what it takes to land Pirlo? Or would they be better off finding someone else to fill Donovan's shoes?