AM Notes: Brazilian reports link Galaxy with Luis Fabiano, Sao Paulo youngsters

Reports out of Brazil have linked the LA Galaxy with Brazilian International Luis Fabiano as well as a series of starlets from Brazilian club Sao Paulo.

The Brazilian daily newspaper O Estado de Sao Paulo has reported the Galaxy are interested in the 32-year-old former Sevilla star to The Home Depot Center on an eight-month loan deal. However, the report goes on to state that Sao Paulo club President Juvenal Juvêncio was not interested in selling the veteran forward due to his team's participation in the Copa Liberatores.

The report also mentions that the Galaxy are interested in bringing in quartet of young Sao Paulo players on loan, in addition to renegotiating a new deal for Juninho.

Other news from around MLS and the world of soccer...

*Keeping up with the Brazilian bent of this post,  1-0 to qualify for the final of the World Club Championship. The Brazilians will play the winner of tonight's match up between Chelsea FC and Monterrey. 

*Across The HDC hall, there are a number of question marks as Jose Luis Sanchez aka El Chelis is reportedly the new coach at Chivas USA and Guadalajara legend Adolfo “Bofo” Bautista has told ESPN Deportes that he and a quartet of young Mexican players are on the move to Chivas.   Another target is Monarcas Morelia striker Miguel Sabah.

*Sporting Kansas City announced the acquisition of U.S. International midfielder Benny Feilhaber on Tuesday morning from the New England Revolution.

*Danny Mwanga is returning to the Portland Timbers after inking a new deal.

*The Galaxy weren’t the only team inking Homegrown players as the New York Red Bulls signed a pair of Academy players.

*Lastly, I spoke to NASN Radio’s MLS on 30 to recap the Galaxy’s season.