New York City FC's Andrea Pirlo, left, of Italy, battles for position against Orlando City SC's Kaka, of Brazil, during the second half of an MLS soccer game at Yankee Stadium, Sunday, July 26, 2015, in New York. (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow)
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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho sees this year's influx of older European club stars into Major League Soccer as a key step in the North American league's global evolution.From Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard going to the Los Angeles Galaxy to fellow Englishman and Chelsea icon Frank Lampard signing with New York City and longtime Stamford Bridge teammate Didier Drogba going to Montreal, MLS has brought big names to a growing fan base hungry for top talent.Add Italian star Andrea Pirlo and Spaniard David Villa with New York City and Brazil's Kaka with Orlando and MLS has gone well beyond the days when only David Beckham's Galaxy could arouse interest.As MLS draws more attention in Europe, younger players ponder North America as an alternative.
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