UPDATE: Wednesday, 3 pm ET — FC Dallas have sent homegrown winger Dante Sealy to PSV Eindhoven on a two-year loan, the club announced Wednesday. The deal includes a purchase option. Additionally, Sealy's contract has been extended through the 2024 season with club options for the following two seasons.
The news was originally reportedly by MLSsoccer.com on Tuesday.
ORIGINAL: Tuesday, 6 pm ET — FC Dallas and PSV Eindhoven have agreed in principle to a two-year loan for homegrown winger Dante Sealy, sources tell MLSsoccer.com. The deal is not 100% done yet, though.
Sealy, 18, signed his Homegrown deal in 2019 when he was 15 years old. He has played 111 minutes in MLS so far during his young career, scattered across 11 appearances off the bench. He went on a training stint with PSV this past May and has been a regular with various US youth international sides over the years.
Per reports out of the Netherlands from Eindhovens Dagblad and others, Sealy would join the club's second team, Jong PSV, which plays in the Dutch second tier.
Sealy was also among a handful of FC Dallas players who went to Bayern Munich for a training stint during the winter.
The winger would be the latest homegrown talent to head from FC Dallas to Europe, following the likes of Chris Richards (Bayern Munich), Reggie Cannon (Boavista), Bryan Reynolds (AS Roma) and more. Justin Che was on loan with Bayern Munich in the winter, Thomas Roberts is currently on loan in Austria while Brandon Servania spent the first half of 2021 on loan in Austria as well.