CHARLOTTE, NC (Sunday, December 12, 2021) - Charlotte FC today announced the Club has acquired goalkeeper Pablo Sisniega from LAFC for $50,000 General Allocation Money (GAM).
An additional $50,000 GAM will go to LAFC if certain performance-based incentives are met.
The 26-year-old Real Sociedad product joined LAFC in 2019 and made 32 appearances for the club over three seasons, including eight starts with one shutout in 2021.
“The half-day trade window is an excellent opportunity for us to add MLS experience to our roster ahead of the 2022 season, and Pablo fits the style of goalkeeper we are looking for,” said Sporting Director Zoran Krneta. “His background is from a good academy in Europe, and we believe he is yet to reach his full potential as a goalkeeper. We expect to foster a competitive environment in our goalkeeping group and Pablo will be a good addition to our squad.”
After coming through the La Liga side’s academy, Sisniega made his debut for Real Sociedad B in 2014 as a 19-year-old. He would go on to make 38 starts and keep 14 clean sheets in the Segunda Division B.
The Mexico City native holds U.S. Citizenship, so he will not occupy an international roster slot.
Transaction: Charlotte FC acquires goalkeeper Pablo Sisniega from LAFC for $50,000 General Allocation Money (GAM). An additional $50,000 GAM will go to LAFC if certain performance-based incentives are met.
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