As Times soccer writer Kevin Baxter wrote earlier Tuesday, the Galaxy's signing of Giovani Dos Santos is "among the most significant in the history of both the team and the league.
"Beckham, Keane and Gerrard were all over 30 and had seen better days when they came to MLS. Same with Kaka, the former world player of the year who debuted with Orlando this season at 32.
"But Dos Santos, a two-time World Cup player, is just 26. That will make him the third-youngest Galaxy starter when he joins the lineup next month."
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