1. Arjen Robben (Bayern Munich)
At 34-years-old, forward Arjen Robben might not be the most appealing offseason target for MLS teams. With clubs looking to sign long-term talent, it is unknown how many more seasons the dutch international will be looking to play once his contract expires this summer.
Even though he is past his prime, Robben has still played significant minutes for Bayern Munich this season. So far this year, he has scored three goals in nine games with the German club in the Bundesliga. Occasionally, he shows glimpses of the world-class skill that made him such a dangerous player in his prime.
It is worth noting that back in May, Robben told ESPN that he would consider a potential move to either China, Qatar or the MLS. Wherever he decides to go, he will likely be asking for a huge contract.
While the dutch forward can’t offer much to a team looking to build for long-term success, he could be worth the risk for a team looking to make an immediate championship run.