Is Bruce Arena Loading Up for One Last MLS Cup Run with the LA Galaxy?

The Los Angeles Galaxy have undergone the most intriguing offseason in Major League Soccer.

At first, the idea of the Galaxy signing experienced players like Ashley Cole indicated that the club was falling behind, per Sean Steffen of SB Nation. Now, it appears as if there's an actual plan.

Head coach Bruce Arena is trying to win the MLS Cup and other trophies, in what could be his last season with the Galaxy.

Arena signed a multi-year extension before the 2014 season. Due to MLS rules, the terms were not disclosed, but at 64 years old, the American tactician may be tempted by another challenge in the near future.

Arena admitted to ESPN FC's Jeff Carlisle that he'd like to stay in the game, but he didn't know whether it would be with LA or another team.

Whatever he decides to do after the upcoming season, Arena's ambition for 2016 was made clear this winter.

The Galaxy sold defender Omar Gonzalez ...

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