HaArlos Vera joins LAFC In 2018, his stated goal was to win MLS A title with a Los Angeles-based team.
It took him four years, but he finally achieved that goal. LAFC beat Philadelphia Union 3-0 on penalties after a dramatic 3-3 draw.
Bellacontract with LAFC With 2023 expiring and a return to LIGA MX in his native Mexico now likely on the cards, it looks like his cycle with the club could come to a natural end.
“The job is challenging as I arrived at a team you don’t know, with the uncertainty of what will or won’t happen, but today I feel the cycle is over. Bella Said.
“Of course I want more and I want to keep enjoying Los Angeles. LAFChas won more titles.
“But now, with a clearer conscience and a calmer, more peaceful body, I say, ‘Well, now I gave them the first one.
Vera’s MLS Career
Bella He has made 139 appearances since 2018 with 79 goals and 49 assists.
He won the MLS Golden Boot and MLS Most Valuable Player in 2019 and the CONCACAF Champions League Best XI in 2020.
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Bella He also said in a recent interview with ESPN that he would like to play in Mexico.
“I had several offers and spoke with some of the Mexican teams, but as I always say, my first choice was to stay in Los Angeles.
“If that didn’t happen, I was going to consider my second option, which is Europe.