“Jack is a young and experienced player in MLS who has shown that he can score goals in this league,” said LA Galaxy GM Pete Vagenas in a club release. “He will give our team valuable depth at the forward position throughout the season. We look forward to Jack joining the team this week ahead of Sunday’s game.”
LA marks the fifth stop in the 24-year-old’s MLS career; he was drafted by Philadelphia in 2010 with the seventh overall selection in the MLS SuperDraft and remained with the club until 2014, scoring 25 goals, including a career-high 12 in 2013. By the age of 23, McInerney had scored 36 goals in MLS, the second-most in MLS history before turning 24 years old.