Robbie Keane has one year remaining on his contract, but agreed to a new two year contract. The Irish forward said "It's been a long season, with the Euros and what have you. I've a few little niggles that need to be sorted out so I don't think at this moment in time it would be right for me to go anywhere."
Keane will not be going out on loan to a Premier League team, and will be on the Galaxy for the next couple seasons. He scored 22 goals for the Galaxy last season, including six goals in six playoff games to help the Galaxy win the MLS Cup. He was an MLS Best XI selection and was the driving force for the Galaxy. His timing with Landon Donovan got better and better as the season went along, forming the most lethal forward combination in MLS.
Mike Magee was out of contract with the Galaxy before signing a new deal. Magee was the second leading scorer for the Galaxy in the postseason, scoring three goals and adding an assist in the Galaxy’s cup run. He scored nine goals and had five assists in all competitions for the Galaxy. The 28 year old forward brings versatility to the Galaxy attack and thrived on getting into the box with secondary runs.
Magee issued this statement, “I’m so proud to have re-signed with the LA Galaxy and I can’t thank Bruce Arena and the entire Galaxy family enough for making this decision so easy for me. To all the Galaxy fans out there, let’s go win it all again!”
Brian Perk resigned with the Galaxy, and will hope to be the Galaxy’s new starting goalkeeper. Josh Saunders will not be back with the club as his contract has not been renewed. The Galaxy signed Carlo Cudicini and are negotiating with Will Hesmer who they selected in the MLS Re-Entry draft. Brian Perk started seven games for the Galaxy in all competitions. His most impressive run was in the second half of the season when he started the final three CONCACAF Champions League games allowing two goals and claiming two clean sheets.
The Galaxy were able to agree to a contract with their other selection in the MLS Re-Entry draft bringing Colin Clarke into the fold. Clark is a left footed winger who gives the Galaxy some depth on the wings. The Galaxy traded up in the Re-Entry draft to grab the 28 year old Clark. Clark spent the first four and a half years of his career with the Colorado Rapids before being a part of the Houston Dynamo’s two straight runs to MLS Cup.