The total amount of the pass is around seven million dollars, in addition to a capital gain of 10% for Lanús in the event of a future sale of the 25-year-old midfielder from Mendoza.
After several days of negotiation, Lanús officially announced on Tuesday the transfer of offensive midfielder Marcelino Moreno to Atlanta United of Major League Soccer (MLS) in the United States.
Although none of the clubs specified the exact amount of the operation, the total figure is estimated to be around seven million dollars and that Garnet will have a capital gain of 10 percent in the event of a future sale.
In addition, the operation will benefit the club where Moreno was formed, Atlético Palmira, from the Department of San Martín (Mendoza), which will receive 1.3% for training fees. That is, about 90 thousand dollars approximately.
In this way, the 25-year-old footballer from Mendoza says goodbye to the squad led by Luis Zubeldia. Since his debut in 2016, he has participated in 106 games (85 for the local tournament), scored four goals, made ten assists and was champion of the 2016 Bicentennial Cup and the 2017 Argentine Super Cup.
For its part, the American franchise seeks with Moreno to replace the vacant place left in the team after the recent departure of former River Gonzalo Martínez to Al-Nassr, from the Saudi Professional League, from Saudi Arabia
“We are pleased to bring a player of Marcelino’s level and we look forward to welcoming him to the club,” said Atlanta United Vice President and Athletic Director, former soccer player Carlos Bocanegra.
Moreno will join Atlanta United alongside his compatriots Franco Escobar, former Newell’s; Fernando Meza, former San Lorenzo; Eric Remedi, former Banfield, and Ezequiel Barco, former Independiente. Once again, the team that was crowned MLS champion in 2018 under Gerardo’s leadership “Tata” Martino, will have five argentines in your template.