Minnesota United FC continues to resolve issues heading into its return to the 2020 MLS season. His star signing, Emanuel Reynoso, will be arriving in the next few days to sign the contract. The team is still looking for the two ideal central defenders in the absence of Ike Opara; added to this news, the departure of a historical club player is announced.
Brent Kallman, one of the club's longest-serving players, will be loaned to the USL Championship's El Paso Locomotive. The player did not have much participation in the last year with Minnesota United FC due to disciplinary problems.
This departure, one of the oldest remaining players in Minnesota United FC, means a total change of the club, compared to the team that was three years ago. MLS is Back Tournament is clear evidence that Minnesota United seeks to make history.