Minnesota United and Rodriguez Agree to Part Ways
GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. - Minnesota United and Angelo Rodriguez have agreed to part ways, with the Loons exercising an offseason Buyout of a Guaranteed Contract on the player.
RodrÃguez joined the Loons in July of 2018 as the club's second Designated Player. He first got onto the scoresheet on September 12 on the road against D.C. United. He scored twice in a 2-1 home win over NYCFC and closed out the year with four goals and an assist in his 11 appearances.
In 2019, RodrÃguez scored five goals and provided a pair of assists in league action. He recorded the club's first-ever U.S. Open Cup hat trick as part of a 6-1 win against New Mexico United.
More information on Buyout of a Guaranteed Contract can be found here.
Transaction: Minnesota United exercises offseason Buyout of a Guaranteed Contract on Angelo Rodriguez.
Angelo Jose Rodriguez Henry
Born: 04.04.1989 (30 years old)
Weight: 176 lbs
Birthplace: Isla de San Andres, Colombia
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