Ex-Atlanta United attacker Andrew Carleton signs for Costa Rican club
Andrew Carleton has found a new home. The former Atlanta United attacker has signed with Costa Rican first-division side Jicaral Sercoba, it was announced Saturday.
Contract option declined on Nov. 24, 2020
Carleton, a native of Powder Springs, Georgia, is Atlanta United FC's first Homegrown Player signing. He is a creative and technical player who has an attacking edge, but made just 11 appearances over the course of three seasons and was loaned out to Indy Eleven of the USL Championship for the 2020 season.
OUTSIDE MLS: Made eight starts in 14 appearances in 2020 on loan with Indy Eleven in the USL Championship, scoring once..
INTERNATIONAL: Carleton joined the US youth national team at the U15 level and was in residency with the U17 National Team. As part of the U15 National Team, Carleton scored seven goals in five matches in the 2015 Tournament delle Nazioni in Gradisca, Italy. In 2016, he scored two goals in four matches in the Mercedes-Benz Aegean Cup with the U17 squad.
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