Portland Timbers Transfers and Rumors
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The midfielder will occupy a Designated Player spot on Portland’s roster
The first offseason rumor is upon us. Here’s who the rumored player is and what needs to happen to acquire him — and the potential roster challenge he may bring.
The 19-year-old defender will occupy Portland’s final U-22 Initiative Slot.
The 19-year-old could soon be the long-term solution to the Timbers’ long-standing position of need on the backline.
Nathan originally signed a two-year contract with Timbers 2 on April 22.
The 23 year-old defender, previously out of Grand Canyon University, inks a one-year deal.
After a few months of waiting... he’s back.
The right back returns on a loan through the summer, with a team option to extend through the remainder of the year.
Exhale Timbers fans. After a nervy few weeks of free agency, and an offer from another MLS club, Sebastian Blanco has agreed to stay in Portland for another two seasons.
The Mexican right back was on loan from Chivas de Guadalajara in 2021 and is set to re-join the Timbers for 2022.
The Argentine youth international joins as a U-22 Initiative signing.
Ayala, a 19 year-old Argentine youth international, could be the Timbers’ long-term replacement plan for Diego Chara.
The two players are expected to compete for the starting goalkeeper job in 2022.
The match would be part of multiple events celebrating the legacy of the Argentine star; details to be finalized after Valeri’s reported transfer to Lanus.
Cesar Luis Merlo reported that Valeri is leaving Portland to return to his boyhood club Lanus.
After the deal was reported last night, the Timbers officially announced today that they have traded Jeremy Ebobisse for $1.167 million in GAM.
Jeremy Ebobisse has reportedly been traded to the San Jose Earthquakes for $1.167M in GAM.
After much speculation, the Portland Timbers have officially acquired Colombian midfielder Santiago Moreno.
After rumors circulated last week about the potential signing, Tom Bogert reports the Timbers have completed the acquisition of Santiago Moreno.
Reports have begun to circulate linking the Timbers to 21-year-old Colombian winger, Santiago Moreno.