Chicago Fire FC Midfielder PrzemysÃ Âaw Frankowski Receives U.S. Green Card
CHICAGO - Chicago Fire FC today announced that midfielder PrzemysÅaw Frankowski has received his U.S. Green Card, granting him permanent resident status in the United States. With permanent resident status, Frankowski, 25, will no longer occupy an international slot on the Fire's roster.
Frankowski, who was originally signed by the Fire on Jan. 22, 2019, is entering his third season in MLS. Since joining the Club, he has made 50 appearances (40 starts), tallying eight goals and 10 assists.
The Fire currently have 11 international players under contract for the 2021 season: Ignacio Aliseda, Robert BeriÄ, Jhon Espinoza, Gastón Giménez, Stanislav Ivanov, Ãlvaro MedrÃ¡n, Miguel Navarro, Chinonso Offor, Boris SekuliÄ, Luka StojanoviÄ and Carlos TerÃ¡n.
Chicago currently has 29 players under contract for the 2021 season. Below is the Fire's current 2021 roster.
Goalkeeper (4): Chris Brady, Kenneth Kronholm, Bobby Shuttleworth, Gabriel Slonina
Defender (11): Jonathan Bornstein, Francisco Calvo, Jhon Espinoza, Johan Kappelhof, Miguel Navarro, Wyatt Omsberg, Mauricio Pineda, Andre Reynolds II, Boris SekuliÄ, Nicholas Slonina, Carlos TerÃ¡n
Midfielder (12): Ignacio Aliseda, Javier Casas Jr., Elliot Collier, PrzemysÅaw Frankowski, Gastón Giménez, Brian Gutiérrez, Fabian Herbers, Stanislav Ivanov, Ãlvaro MedrÃ¡n, Alex Monis, Allan RodrÃguez, Luka StojanoviÄ
Forward (2): Robert BeriÄ, Chinonso Offor
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