Several potential investors have made remarks about the high price of expansion, most notably Saputo. What is there to stop them from making an offer to buy an existing MLS team for less than the cost of expansion? Granted, there are some owners who probably don't want to sell. But I would presume there has got to be at least a couple disinterested owners who might not shy away from an offer to buy. Does Hunt really care to operate 2 teams? Vergara/Cue will probably get bored at some point, if they haven't already. And then there's Kraft, probably the most disinterested of them all What if McFarlane gets tired of the twists and turns of DCU's stadium wild-goose-chase? Forbes has valued only three MLS clubs higher than $40 million (LA, Toronto, Chicago). I'm not trying to advocate anyone get relocated, I'm just wondering why it hasn't seemed to come up as a possibility when it seems like a better deal in comparison to expansion.