is already becoming a fury custom, that every good player emerged in the academies of the teams of Major League Soccer (MLS) take the bags and go to football Europe, and the new prospect that appears on the scene is the defender Kevin Paredes.
At just 18 years old, the left back of Dominican descent, born in South Riding, Virginia, has already added two seasons as a starter in the D.C. United, where he played at this time 41 games (28 of them from the start), with 1,543 minutes and scoring three goals with two assists, you will live your first international experience.
As confirmed by the team from the US capital, Paredes signed a contract for four and a half seasons with the wolfsburg, of the Bundesliga German, which paid a total of $7.35 million dollars for your token, and you’ll have 10 percent left over from a future sale.
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“Despite his age, he already has some experience at the first team level., and in addition to left back he can also play center back. What’s more, he brings rhythm and dynamism, he is very agile and agile with the ball, he covers a lot on the pitch and has a very good mentality“, assured the sports director of the German team Marcel Schafer.
That’s the way it is, Paredes will be the eighth American player this season in the Bundesliga, and he will also be a teammate in Wolfsburg of the defender John Brooks, sharing league with Gio Reyna, Tyler Adams, Julian Green, Chris Richards, Joe Scally and Timothy Chandler.