It was revealed yesterday through social networks that the footballer from Paraná Eric Remedy will not continue with the San Jose Earthquakes, a team that plays in Major League Soccer (MLS) of the United States. According to various specialized portals, the North Carolina franchise is looking for a young team for the upcoming season and that is the reason why it decided to cut some footballers including midfielder Entre Rios Capital.
Thus, Remedy would end their second experience in a North American tournament. It is worth remembering that before playing in San Jose, he wore the colors of Atlanta United, where he won three championships: MLS Cup (2018), US Open Cup (2019) and Champions Cup (2019).
Now the man from Paraná will have to define his future for the coming season, it is worth remembering that a few months ago Independiente de Avellaneda was the club that wanted to send him back and the talks did not come to fruition.
The 27-year-old started his career in the Paranense Soccer League (LPF) with Belgrano and Palermo. He then made the jump to Banfield, where he began his professional career, and then made the jump to football in the United States.
Meanwhile, along the same lines, San Jose did not renew the contracts of homegrown player Tommy Thompson and midfielder Jan Gregus, as well as midfielder Judson. On the other hand, club legend Shea Salinas had earlier announced his retirement.
As such, the Quakes’ squad stands out for its youth before entering 2023, with Jeremy Abobis, Cristian Espinoza, Cade Cowell, Jamiro Monteiro, Jackson Uille and JT Marcinkowski as core pieces.