FC Dallas has acquired midfielder Sebastian Lletget from the New England Revolution in alternate for $600,000 in allocation cash, sources confirmed to ESPN.
The Athletic was the primary to report the information.
The deal will see the Revs obtain $300,000 in 2022 allocation cash and one other $300,000 in 2023.
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The transfer is one thing of shock provided that Lletget was acquired by New England from the LA Galaxy previous to the 2022 season for $500,000 in allocation cash, which may have risen to $1.3 million if incentives have been met.
Lletget had been a gentle presence within the Revolution lineup as properly, showing in 19 of New England’s 23 league video games — 18 of them begins — scoring twice and including 5 assists.
The 29-year-old has a previous working relationship with Dallas supervisor Nico Estevez from their time with the US nationwide crew when Estevez was an assistant, so the expectation is that Lletget will slot proper into Dallas’ lineup.
In components of eight MLS seasons with the Galaxy and New England, Lletget scored 27 objectives and added 32 assists in 183 league and playoff appearances.
Previous to becoming a member of the Galaxy in 2015, Lletget was at English Premier League aspect West Ham United, becoming a member of their youth setup in 2009. However he made only one senior look throughout his time with the Hammers and, in a bid for extra enjoying time, moved to Los Angeles.
At worldwide stage, Lletget has made 33 appearances for the U.S., scoring eight objectives. His World Cup prospects have dwindled in 2022, although, having didn’t make an look through the calendar 12 months below supervisor Gregg Berhalter.