MNUFC Goalkeeper Greg Ranjitsingh Receives Green Card
GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. - Minnesota United announced today goalkeeper Greg Ranjitsingh has received his U.S. Green Card. The Canadian international will no longer occupy an international spot on the Loons' roster.
Ranjitsingh was selected by Minnesota United 16th in the 2019 Waiver Draft. Prior to joining MNUFC, Ranjitsingh was signed by Louisville City in the United Soccer League in 2015. He made 81 appearances in goal and recorded 33 shutouts for Louisville while helping the club to consecutive USL Cup titles in 2017 and 2018. In 2018, Ranjitsingh was signed by Orlando City SC where he made two appearances.
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