Both players were declared free agents last month after their former club, the
Larentowicz, 32, is an 11-year
Larentowicz has played three games with the U.S. national team.
"Jeff is an experienced and proven midfielder in our league," Galaxy Coach and General Manager Bruce Arena said in a statement. "He gives our team another veteran presence on the field and in the locker room."
Magee, 31, was a fan favorite during his five seasons with the Galaxy, for which he scored eight goals in 16 postseason games. He was traded to Chicago in May 2013 for the rights to Robbie Rogers, and went on to win league most-valuable-player honors with the Fire. His 2014 season ended early because of hip surgery. That also limited him to just 12 appearances last year.
Magee's signing could be announced in the next week.