This would be best for all teams involved, but the trade won't be this epic: Chicago---> Utah: Stephanie McCaffrey, Sam Johnson Chicago ---> Houston: Sofia Huerta, Alyssa Mautz, Taylor Comeau Houston ---> Chicago: Rachel Daly, 2nd Round Pick Houston ---> Utah: Christen Press, Savannah Jordan, International Slot (2019) Utah ---> Houston: Amy Rodriguez, Alex Arlitt, 1st Round Pick Utah ---> Chicago: Kelley O'Hara, Brooke Elby Chicago Loses: McCaffrey, Sam Johnson, Sofia Huerta, Mautz, Comeau Chicago Gains: Rachel Daly, Kelley O'Hara, Brooke Elby, 2nd Round Pick Houston Loses: Rachel Daly, Christen Press, Savannah Jordan, 2nd Round pick, International Slot (2019) Houston Gains: Huerta, Mautz, Comeau, Arlitt, A-Rod, 1st Round Pick Utah Loses: Amy Rodriguez, Arlitt, Kelley O'Hara, Brooke Elby, 1st Round Pick Utah Gains: McCaffrey, Sam Johnson, Christen Press, Savannah Jordan, international slot Chicago: Consolidates their extreme Quantity of depth (when healthy) for better Quality, by adding Daly and O'Hara, two dynamite players, who will join their other stars. DiBernardo, Colaprico, and Brian in the midfield will complete their team. Daly or O'Hara can be a winger for them, and be productive. Houston: Upgrade young talent by adding another 1st round pick. Sofia Huerta and Amy Rodriguez join Ohai in Houston. Comeau helps them in the midfield, Mautz gives them some more speed, and Arlitt gives their defense some needed depth. Utah: Trade A-Rod while she still has some trade value. Kelley O'Hara's trade value might be at its highest. Acquiring Christen Press is a wise decision. Savannah Jordan gives them another attacking option for their future. McCaffrey gives them additional depth either at striker or winger. Now their attack is complete. Sam Johnson helps give them some defense, after losing some defenders in this trade. Acquiring an international slot for 2019 could help them bring in an international midfielder with technical skill, or they could use it on an outside back.