LA Galaxy News: Giovinco, ex-player finds club, Jonathan Bond comments

LA Galaxy will be hoping 2021 is more successful for them under new boss Greg Vanney. The Whites have been busy since the end of the last season. Here is a transfer round-up of their recent activity-

Giovinco linked to LA Galaxy

The Galaxy have been credited with an interest in Sebastian Giovinco, according to journalist Nicolo Schira on Twitter. He currently plays in Saudi Arabia for Al Hilal but is now being linked with a return to MLS.

Giovinco, who is 33 years old, played for Toronto under Vanney from 2015 and 2019 and scored 83 goals in 142 games, helping them win the MLS Cup three years ago. Could he reunite with his former manager in LA?

Perry Kitchen finds new home on LA Galaxy

Kitchen, who is 28 years old, has signed for Columbus Crew. He parted company with the Galaxy at the end of the last campaign and has since been weighing up his options. The midfielder spent the past three years at Dignity Health Sports Park.

He has previously played for the likes of Chicago Fire, DC United, Hearts, and Randers and will be looking forward to a fresh start in Columbus now.

New keeper excited for move to LA Galaxy

Jonathan Bond will be looking to make the number one spot his own at LA Galaxy this year. He has moved to America from Premier League side West Bromwich Albion, having previously been on the books at Watford, Reading, and Peterborough United.

Bond is relishing the next chapter of his career and is excited to get going. He has said, as per BT Sport:

“I feel ready. It’s the next stage of my development – to do it consistently and show that I can. They have a lot of pedigree and it’s a great platform. I’m so excited. It’s one of the most famous clubs in the world and to have the opportunity to play for a team like that is massive. I’m going there to play, it’s a huge opportunity to play regularly and get some full seasons at a high level. I was hoping and praying it was going to go through because these things are never guaranteed, they are always complicated.”