19 Jan Portland Timbers signal Chile ahead Felipe Mora from Liga MX’s Pumas
The Portland Timbers accomplished the transfer of Chilean ahead Felipe Mora from the Liga MX membership Pumas UNAM and signed him to a brand new contract, the membership introduced Tuesday.
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Initially acquired by the Timbers on a one-year mortgage on Jan. 31, 2020, Mora tallied seven objectives and two assists in 19 matches (13 begins) through the 2020 MLS common season.
“We’re thrilled to deliver again Felipe long run as he’s an achieved worldwide striker within the prime of his profession,” Timbers head coach Giovanni Savarese mentioned in a launch. “Felipe acclimated seamlessly into the group final 12 months, and we won’t look ahead to him to proceed being a key contributor for the Timbers.”
Mora’s new contract makes use of focused allocation cash. Particular phrases weren’t disclosed.
Mora, 27, tallied 19 objectives in 65 appearances (50 begins) at Punas UNAM from 2018-20. That adopted stints with Liga MX membership Cruz Azul (2017-18) and with Universidad de Chile (2016-17) within the Chilean Primera Division.
He has additionally competed with the Chile nationwide team, most not too long ago in a World Cup qualifier in opposition to Venezuela on Nov. 17.