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Atlanta United President Speaks Out on Miguel Almiron's Future Following ...


Almirón has impressed over the course of the last two seasons in MLS and has been involved in 42 goals in 62 league appearances.


The 24-year-old has a contract with the Five Stripes that expires in December 2020 and with speculation linking the Paraguayan international to ​St.


Eales, who has seen his club reach a first ever MLS Cup Final in just their second season as a franchise, also denied reports which suggested the club would loan their players out and reiterated that Atlanta would not be selling their players for cheap.


"I have seen some laughable things in the press, clearly we are never going to loan one of our players out and we are certainly not going to let them go for the 'chump change' that I have seen in some reports," he added.


Almirón helped Atlanta secure a first ever Eastern Conference triumph, scoring in the Quarter-finals of the MLS Cup Play-offs against New York City, on the road to defeating New York Red Bulls in the Conference Finals, which sealed a spot in the MLS Cup Final against Portland Timbers.


"He is still a young player, he is a Paraguay international and it's brilliant he can cope with the physicality of the Argentinian league with Lanus and also the MLS.






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