Former Arsenal player Carlos Vela, also a member of the Mexican national team, is on the verge of a move to MLS.
LAFC has reached a deal with Real Sociedad for the star, the Spanish club announced.
The talented 28-year-old is one of the best players on the Mexican national team and has put together a really nice career at Sociedad.
After a move to West Brom following three years at Arsenal, he went on to score 41 goals in 72 matches for the Spanish club.
Roger Gonzalez is an award-winning writer based in Virginia that has covered pro soccer from Europe's top clubs to Argentina's first division.
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