Charlotte FC have accomplished the signing of full-back Nathan Byrne following his departure from Derby County, the membership introduced Thursday.
As revealed by 90min, Byrne accomplished a medical with the enlargement membership forward of their 3-0 win over DC United at Financial institution of America Stadium on Thursday, with an settlement already reached between the 2 events.
Charlotte have now confirmed the signing of Byrne to a contract via 2024 with an choice for 2025, pending the receipt of a P-1 visa and worldwide switch clearance. The 30-year-old defender will occupy a global roster slot and reunites with former Derby teammate Kamil Jozwiak in Charlotte.
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“Nathan is a well-rounded, versatile proper again who has confirmed his means in a really aggressive and bodily English Championship. He’s a high professional who brings added veteran management to our dressing room,” CLTFC sporting director Zoran Krneta stated in a membership press launch. “His expertise will present useful competitors within the squad as we proceed so as to add items to our roster to proceed to construct on our aggressive basis transferring ahead.”
Byrne performed 82 Championship video games and offered six assists throughout two seasons with Derby, becoming a member of the Rams from Wigan Athletic in 2020. The St Albans-born defender began his profession within the Tottenham Hotspur youth ranks and has additionally loved spells with the likes of Swindon City and Wolverhampton Wanderers, although this can be his first time enjoying exterior of England.
With the MLS secondary switch window closing on Thursday, Charlotte FC are busy strengthening their staff for a push into the MLS Cup Playoffs of their enlargement yr.
90min sources say the membership stay on monitor in a deal to signal center-back Adilson Malanda from French Ligue 2 membership Rodez, whereas Venezuelan Christian Makoun will depart for the New England Revolution.