Geoff Cameron could be just days away from joining Stoke City, according to a report in the Houston Chronicle. The decision to accept Stoke City's offer, which is supposedly $2.7 million, is now in the hands of the folks at MLS headquarters. A decision is expected to be made by Thursday.
While losing a player as good as Cameron is certain to have some immediate negative affects, it appears that everyone within in the Dynamo organization, from fans to the front office, support the move:
"The club is in favor of this transfer, and we are in support of it happening," Dynamo president Chris Canetti said. "We will continue to work with the league as they go through the process and make their decision."
The Dynamo won't lose Cameron empty-handed by any stretch of the imagination, though. Of the $2.7 million, the Dynamo would get $1.8 million, $667,000 of which can be used for allocation money. The remainder of the money can be spent on any number of "soccer-related expenses."
For more reaction and analysis to this possible move, be sure to check out Dynamo Theory.