Atlanta United trades winger Jake Mulraney to Orlando City for General Allocation Money

Atlanta United replaced Jake Mulrani with Orlando City For up to $275,000 in general allotment money prior to the closing of the primary MLS conversion window Yesterday, according to the club. Atlanta will receive $100,000 from GAM this year and next, and possibly $75,000 more in 2023 based on performance benchmarks.

Mulrani has shined in some defining moments for Atlanta United, capturing a penchant for being one of the team’s super divers after scoring a last-minute goal against Montreal in 2021 under Gabriel Hines and this year’s winner against Charlotte. But in the end, while he had a hand in many other goals in total over 2,000 league minutes with the club, he only scored three after being acquired from Hearts in the Scottish Premier League.

His departure leaves questions about who will fill the void as an alternate sport and pace who can come in and give tired defenders some trouble. But with Luiz Araujo regaining his fitness and Joseph Martinez back in the fold fairly soon, the competition for places in the match day squad is expected to intensify.

Atlanta hasn’t made a similar move with allotment funds received before the window closed, but it now has at least some money in the coffers when the secondary transfer window opens this summer.

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