Los Angeles Galaxy announced, on Monday, the termination of its contractual relationship with Mexican midfielder Jonathan dos Santos, who will not remain at the club for the 2022 season, after the expiration of his contract and will not be renewed.
“We thank Jonathan for his contributions to LA Galaxy,” said LA Galaxy President Chris Klein.
“In his five seasons with Galaxy, Jonathan has been an essential part of the team and a leader on and off the field. We greatly appreciate his work ethic, professionalism and passion during his tenure at the club and wish him all the best.”
The youngest of the Dos Santos brothers became the 30th player in the club’s history to play 100 regular season games for the Galaxy. Since signing with the club in 2017, Dos Santos has played 103 regular season matches (91 starts), scored six goals and contributed 12 assists.
In this way, it is not known what will be the future of the 31-year-old midfielder, who stated at the time that his intention was to end his career in the MLS with Galaxy, although he was also in the crosshairs of America, where his brother Giovanni played. , who no longer has a team since leaving El Nido.
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