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Why Yordy Reyna's acquisition is a great move for D.C. United

The Black and Red still has scoring problems. Gelmin Rivas arrival tried to stop this but now the Peruvian joins him to reinforce the attacking front.

Yordy Reyna
Yordy Reyna

D.C. United's scoring problems are getting depth. Due to this reason, the Black and Red directives show quickness in several moves to reinforce the attacking front of their team. Firstly, it was Gelmin Rivas who arrived to the Capital City team a few weeks ago. And now a new player will arrive: Yordy Reyna.

International with his National Team, the Peruvian was announced in the D.C. United's social networks and also a 2020 international spot from the Vancouver Whitecaps in exchange for $400,000 in 2021 General Allocation Money. The forward will join for the remainder of the 2020 season, with the club holding the contract option for 2021.

Reyna will reunite with his international teammate Edison Flores which can generate a great attacking tandem for the MLS team. During his time in Vancouver Whitecaps FC, the Peruvian played in 77 games where he scored in 20 times and also contributed with 17 assists.

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