Los Angeles FC is having problems to train its team due to Diego Rossi with the Uruguayan team and Carlos Vela who is in the last period of his recovery. LAFC asked the Mexican player to do everything possible to get to the next two games. LAFC faces the Seattle Sounders and has many doubts for their attack.
Carlos Vela injured his knee and has yet to return to play with LAFC. Coach Bob Bradley asked Vela not to rush his recovery but that for the next games they will need him. They estimate that for two weeks he will be able to be part of the substitute team again and start adding minutes of play so that he can reach the playoffs in the best way possible.
Bradley believes that Vela is necessary if they want to compete for the MLS Cup. Los Angeles FC is fifth in the standings but needs to keep scoring points to be as high as possible on its way to the playoffs. Carlos Vela is the team's top scorer and they need him to be 100% to be able to continue dreaming of the MLS Cup.
Every day they test Vela's knee how it is and Bradley says that the progress is very good but that he still has a few days to go before he works with the team again. Carlos Vela's return would be estimated for October 25 when LAFC plays its game against LA Galaxy