The LA Galaxy have agreed to terms with veteran Argentine defender Eduardo Dominguez. Capable of playing in central defense, as well as a left back, Dominguez joins the Galaxy after spending one season with Huracán of the Argentine Primera Division. He will officially join the Galaxy roster upon the receipt of his P1 visa and International Transfer Clearance (ITC). Per team and league regulations, details of the contract were not released.
“We are excited to add Eduardo to our squad and believe that he will add balance, quality and experience to our defense,” Galaxy Director of Soccer Paul Bravo said. “He has all the attributes necessary to be an outstanding defender in this league.”
The 29-year-old central defender has spent his entire professional career playing in South America, spending all but two years in the Argentine Primera Division.
“I am very happy to be here, not just with the Galaxy, but in Los Angeles and the United States,” Dominguez said. “This is a very important step in my career and I hope to help lead the Galaxy to the championship.”
Once the paperwork is completed, the Galaxy will need to clear a senior roster spot in order to officially add Dominguez to the roster.
Who will go?