The 34 players signed during the secondary transfer window average 25.61 years of age, just under the 25.67 average age of players signed in the 2017 primary transfer window. Additionally, 20 of the 34 players signed (58.8%) have at least one cap for their national team.
Another notable signing is 22-year-old Paul Arriola who arrives to D.C. United on the heels of a breakout campaign for the U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup, and is one of four signings the club made during the transfer window. New England, meanwhile, signed Hungary National Team player Krisztian Nemeth, who previously starred for Sporting Kansas City in 2015 to the tune of 10 goals and six assists.
Players signed during secondary transfer window:
*non-USL signings as of August 14, 2017