Nashville SC acquires Allocation Money from Charlotte FC

Nashville SC made its first transaction during the Half-Day MLS Trade Window Sunday.

The club has traded two international spots to Charlotte FC for $500k in General Allocation Money.

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Per an official press release from the club, Nashville SC also reserves the right to swap 1st Round picks with Charlotte FC in the 2023 MLS SuperDraft.

The trade occurred during the MLS Half-Day Trade Window in which, following a three-month roster freeze, MLS clubs may begin making adjustments to their rosters and conduct trades with other MLS teams.

The move should be the first of a few for Nashville, so check back with Broadway Sports Media and Speedway Soccer for updates.

Author: Andy Simmonsjoined Speedway Soccer after stints with Golden Goal and 615 Formation. A former journalist now in web development, Simmons also previously worked for Main Street Media and Gannett. A student of the game, Simmons has been playing soccer his entire life and participates in several adult soccer leagues around town. When he is not playing soccer, you can find him at brunch, rewatching Rick and Morty or The Office, doing a mock draft for fantasy football, or complaining about Arsenal.

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