Minnesota United aimed perfectly in target with Emanuel Reynoso’s transfer. The Argentinean has started in their last two games with both victories. In this way, the franchise directives don’t want to stop reinforcing the team as they see they can be a potential candidate to fight for this year’s MLS Cup.
As Reynoso, the Loons also have spent a lot of money in French/Malian defender Bakaye Dibassy. However, the club might not has finished this transfer window. “We’ve got room on the roster. We’ve got money available,” manager Adrian Heath said.
“I don’t want to bring anybody in for the next two or three weeks and then realize that maybe he’s not as good or he’s not going to contribute as much as the people we’ve got here. Anybody who will be brought in will be brought in for the long term as well,” he added. With the roster rules about to change, this could help The Loons to have an extra DP spot to go for another hierarchic soccer player.