Philadelphia Union Acquire Up To $375,000 In General Allocation Money From FC Dallas

Philadelphia Union Acquire Up To $375,000 In General Allocation Money From FC Dallas

Union trade Fafa Picault to FC Dallas in exchange for $300,000 of General Allocation Money; Club can receive an extra $75,000 in additional Allocation Money pending incentives

CHESTER, Pa. (Nov. 26, 2019) – Philadelphia Union announced today that they have acquired up to $375,000 in Allocation Money from FC Dallas in exchange for forward Fafa Picault. In 2020, the Union will receive $300,000 in General Allocation Money and in 2021, the Union will receive an additional $75,000 in General Allocation Money if Picault meets certain performance metrics.

"We thank Fafa for his time served with the Philadelphia Union,” said Ernst Tanner, Union Sporting Director. “His charisma on and off the field produced many notable moments for the club. Given our confidence with our roster at the position, this is the best move for club and a great opportunity for the player.”

Picault was signed by the Union as a Discovery Signing in February 2017. He played three seasons for the club, making 89 regular-season appearances and 68 starts for the team. He earned 21 goals and 12 assists in that time. Picault was due to be out of contract at the conclusion of 2019.

TRANSACTION: Philadelphia Union acquire up to $375,000 in Allocation Money from FC Dallas in exchange for forward Fafa Picault on November 26, 2019.


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