Club captain Mauricio Pereyra is the only nominal attacking midfielder on Orlando's roster. Homegrown Favian Loyola could spell in that role, but the 17-year-old has yet to make an MLS appearance. Wingers Facundo Torres and Martín Ojeda could also play the No. 10 role, but are more natural out wide.
Orlando hasn't had a natural backup for Pereyra since signing the veteran Uruguayan, but it may not need one depending on how the team plays. Head coach Oscar Pareja spent most of last season playing a true 4-3-3 without a No. 10, so perhaps more natural No. 8's or box-to-box midfielders are more in demand than a true creative presence.