The Chicago Fire announced another big international signing today as the team introduced the online pharmacy levitra enter site German World Cup veteran, Arne Friedrich. This German defender has represented the national team 82 times since 2002, and the signing will give the Men in Red even more depth and veteran experience on a backline that may need to step up at times during the upcoming campaign - with the expected international absences of starting GK Sean Johnson. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but it looks like this could be a great potential signing for the club, and hopefullly lead them on their way as a surging franchise.

 Friedrich comes to the Fire from Vfl Wolfsburg of the German Bundesliga. The 32 year old German has 82 caps with the German National Team including trips to the 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cup where he played in 13 of Germany's 14 matches. And if by change you are looking for any places to bet on the cialis soft india improvement with World Cup, we've got the hookup to whet your appetite!

Friedrich also played for Germany in the UEFA European championships in 2004 and 2008.

Fire boss Frank Klopas had this to say about his new signing, "Arne is a talented defender that brings strength, experience, and depth to our backline". 

Obviously this signing will come as great news to Fire supporters who are anxiously awaiting the start of the next campaign with a renewed hope for some silverware after last seasons late surge saw the Fire narrowly miss MLS Cup playoffs along with a loss in the championship game of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.