Rodolfo Zelaya - El Salvador - kicking a ball


LAFC and forward Rodolfo Zelaya have mutually agreed to part ways, the club announced Tuesday.

Zelaya, 31, played 118 MLS minutes across four appearances, scoring one goal. He spent time on loan with Las Vegas Lights in USL Championship.

The forward spent much of his career in his native El Salvador, playing for a series of small clubs before moving to Alianza in 2008. He's had two stints abroad previously – at Mexican side Club Leon, when they were in the second tier, and at Russian side Alania Vladikavkaz, in the top two divisions. After returning to Alianza in 2014, he won four league titles and featured in Concacaf Champions League, while also winning the Golden Boot in the Salvadoran top flight three times.

Zelaya is an El Salvador international, having played in four Concacaf Gold Cups and scored 21 goals in 46 appearances for his country. 

LAFC signed former USL standout Danny Musovski, adding to their attacking depth for 2020.