With a flurry of activity yesterday at the SuperDraft the Fire strengthened their defense but General Manager Nelson Rodriguez has alluded to additional reinforcements on the way. The club has come to an agreement with one center back from outside of MLS and is pursuing another. The deal for the first player technically hasn't been finalized, so the announcement hasn't been made. Rodriguez is optimistic about the chances of signing the second player, who he described as an individual also being pursued by Champion's League clubs.
Sources indicate that the second player is Lech Poznan defender Marcin Kaminski. The 24 year old, 6'-3" center back is working under a contract that expires in June and reportedly has several suitors in Poland, Holland, and Belgium.
Lech Poznan finished first in the Elkstraklasa 2014-15 season and qualified for Champion's League play and indications are they would like to keep Kaminski. He has played his entire professional career with Lech Poznan and has been capped four times by the Polish National Team.
The Fire apparently also have several other possible options in the works if a deal for Kaminski doesn't materialize.