The New York Red Bulls have signed goalkeeper Luis Robles and midfielders Shaun Wright-Phillips, Mike Grella and Sal Zizzo.
The Major League Soccer teams announced the deals on Monday with Wright-Phillips getting a one-year contract and the other three signing multi-years deals. Financial terms of the contracts were not disclosed.
The Red Bulls also released goalkeeper Santiago Castano.
Robles had all 18 of New York's league wins in 2016 and extended his iron man streak to 106 consecutive league starts and full 90 minutes played for the Red Bulls, the second-longest such streak in league history. He was named the goalkeeper for the MLS Best XI.
Wright-Phillips re-signs with New York after not having his option picked up at the end of last season. The brother of Red Bulls' striker Bradley Wright-Phillips had one goals and one assist in 12 games.
Grella signed with the Red Bulls ahead of 2015 after a preseason trial. Grella appeared in 33 of the 34 regular season games, recording nine goals, third most on the club, and seven assists, fourth most.
Zizzo was acquired by New York prior to the 2015 season from New York City FC, in a deal that sent goalkeeper Ryan Meara to NYC FC on season-long loan. Zizzo appeared in 22 games, starting 10 and adding two assists.