By Mary Cunningham
DC United and Major League Soccer are making plans to come back.
According to the Post, MLS has proposed bringing all 26 teams to the Orlando area this summer.
That plan would include games without fans at the Disney sports complex, and the quarantining of more than 1,000 players, coaches, and support staff at a nearby resort.
The ESPN Wide World of Sports facility on the Disney campus makes sense, since ESPN is also one of MLS’ broadcast partners.
The MLS season was stopped after two weeks, and the league has postponed all matches through at least June 8.