Should Major League Soccer Alter Their Transfer Window Mindset?

Ever since the Los Angeles Galaxy acquired David Beckham in 2007, the big name designated player transfer policy of Major League Soccer has seen quite a few big names enter the league. 

Now, as the MLS offseason and January transfer window beckon, the name of the latest star to be linked with MLS has been released. 

According to a report by Darren Lewis of the Daily Mirror, Toronto FC have agreed to a deal with Tottenham and England forward Jermain Defoe. 

At 31, Defoe would still be able to produce for the Reds, who are a side that are in desperate need of a successful season north of the border in 2014. 

Defoe has been relegated to the bench at Spurs since the summer arrival of Roberto Soldado from Valencia, and he is looking to break into Roy Hodgson's England squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. 

There is no doubt that this would be a massive get by Toronto FC and ...

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