This season’s Liga MX invasion of MLS continues with Jurgen Damm announcing that he’ll leave UANL Tigres this summer after five years with the club.
TUDN has the destination as Atlanta, though previous reports have linked Damm to the LA Galaxy is the spot.
And MLSSoccer.com scribe Tom Bogert says the Houston Dynamo have his “discovery rights” (which remains the worst concept in the entire league).
Reports emerged over the past 48 hours that the El Tri man was headed for an MLS club.
The 12-times capped winger has one goal for Mexico, but has not been capped since Oct. 2018. He has spent his entire career in Liga MX.
Damm spent the early part of his career with Tecos and Pachuca, but has been with UANL Tigres since 2015.
He won four league titles with UANL, as well as the 2018 Campeones Cup.