The elected officials of Las Vegas City Council are eyeing the decision makers of Major League Soccer (MLS). However, the Council is still deciding whether it should negotiate terms on a deal that will decide on whether there should be the establishment of a venue for soccer. The motive is to make a way for the United Soccer League’s team Las Vegas Lights FC in order to have the team apply and join the MLS. The Council aims to forward a proposal to the commissioner to the MLS Don Garber and the owner of the Soccer League in exchange for the money worth. For this, the FC is ready to convert an area of as much as 62 acres of land from a mere stadium village if it makes the MLS consider its offer better.
At present, the bid for Indianapolis seems to be stronger than ever. Taking the smart move, Las Vegas has come together with Indianapolis, Charlotte, and Phoenix in order to pursue the famous franchise of the MLS. It seems like MLS has finally gained the reputation it always dreamed of and has teams wishing to pay for them.