On today’s show, your hosts talk about who is available on this LA Galaxy team and why that list seems to be growing!

COG STUDIOS, Calif. — The LA Galaxy looks like they started their shopping a little earlier. But instead of buying everyone up, they’ve put a price tag on a growing list of players. Are the Galaxy really in the selling mood?

Your hosts Josh Guesman and Kevin Baxter are back to give you your weekly dose of Galaxy talk. And this show is no different.

The guys will once again touch on the Jermaine Jones who seems to have found himself a new job as an Instagram Live “radio” host. Does that mean he’s done with the Galaxy? Kevin will get you updated on that situation as well as a host of other interesting tidbits about Jones’ future.

Next, the guys will transition into the latest update on Gyasi Zardes. While it seems the Galaxy are actively shopping their most promising Homegrown player, can they ever get the right value for him?

And has João Pedro been listed on the selling block as well? Why would the Galaxy consider moving a player they spent Targeted Allocation Money on in the offseason? Do they know something about him that we don’t?

The last set of names that have been once popping up next to the Galaxy’s “For Sale” sign are the Dos Santos Brothers. Rumors have been swirling since the Galaxy ended their season that Gio and Jonathan could be on their way to Liga MX. But are the Galaxy serious about this? Could the club be looking for the best deal to rid themselves of two-thirds of the Designated Players?

Finally, Josh will give you some teasers and reminders about the Galaxy’s preseason schedule as the club gets ready to announce their intentions for the early part of 2018.

It’s a quick show getting you up to date on your favorite MLS team.

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