One of FCD’s legion of Homegrown Players, Victor Ulloa has been a core member of the club’s first team for the past five years. Typically a defensive-minded center mid also capable of filling a box-to-box role, the Wylie, Texas native lost his starting spot during stretches of the 2016 and 2017 campaigns before regaining regular minutes this year.
Acosta is a talented central midfielder with ample international experience with Honduras. Currently with Tenerife in Spain’s second division, the 25-year-old may have gained knowledge of FCD via his Catrachos colleague Maynor Figueroa, a defender who spent the past three seasons in Frisco.
Dallas are currently in the final stages of selecting the successor to recently-departed head coach Oscar Pareja, who left to take over Liga MX side Club Tijuana last month; academy director Luchi Gonzalez is expected to be named as FCD’s choice this week.