Minnesota United confirmed on Wednesday that it definitively bought the token of Honduran Joseph Rosales, who ended his loan and now has a fixed course.
The North American team will give the international catracho a contract until 2024, which has an extension for 2025. It should be remembered that Rosales was on loan for 18 months, since his pass was from the CAI of Panama.
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In a year and a half, the Honduran player convinced coach Adrián Heath and Minnesota to buy his card, after leaving him on the list of transferable footballers.
The MLS team did not specify how much it paid for the 24-year-old midfielder, but that is how the doubts regarding his future end. Rosales has made 34 appearances for Minnesota United in all competition, making ten starts.
Diez was able to learn that the Honduran midfielder should join Minnesota on January 6 and thus begin preseason work.
His role in the MLS club has been as a revulsion, in addition to contributing when he appears as a starter. This means that Minnesota will continue to have three Hondurans in their institution.
In addition to Joseph, the North American team has Kervin Arriaga in its ranks, who is also in the first team. While in the Minnesota United II of the MLS Next Pro is Geremy Rodas, center of the U-20 team.