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FC Dallas sign midfielder Sebastian Lletget to three-year contract

Oct 17, 2022; Frisco, Texas, US; FC Dallas midfielder Sebastian Lletget (12) plays the ball in the first half against the Minnesota United at Toyota Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports
Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

FC Dallas signed midfielder Sebastian Lletget to a new three-year contract on Monday. Financial terms of the deal, which includes a club option for 2026, were not disclosed.

The 30-year-old joined Dallas in August in a trade from the New England Revolution. Before that, he had spent the previous seven seasons with the Los Angeles Galaxy.

In 187 career MLS games (158 starts), Lletget has tallied 26 goals and 37 assists. He was an MLS All-Star in 2021, when he had three goals and five assists over 26 games for Los Angeles.

The Galaxy traded him to the Revolution during the offseason.

Lletget, who spent time in England developing in the West Ham United academy, has made 33 appearances for the U.S. men’s national team, scoring eight goals and two assists in international play.

“Signing a new contract here at FC Dallas means the world to me and my family,” Lletget said in a news release. “Since the moment I touched down in Dallas, the fans, the staff, my teammates have all just welcomed me with open arms. I trust what is being built here and I want to be a huge part of it. I want to help this club become one of the best, and I truly believe that we will. This is the start of an exciting time.”

–Field Level Media