Option declined following 2018 season.
Amagat has a lot of experience in Spain. He has quality to keep the ball and is able to do key passes for our striker and has absolute control when he plays in the midfield. He can play as a 6, 8 or a 10 and, for me, it is important to have versatile players that can play in different positions.
OUTSIDE MLS: A leader and a forward-thinking player, Amagat’s career will take the next step to New York after completing a circle with his hometown club and fellow City Football Group team, Girona FC. He began his professional career there in 2004 and helped them gain promotion to the Segunda División for the first time in 49 years in 2008. After a stop with Lorca Deportiva and 21 goals in 90 appearances with Llagostera, Amagat returned to Girona in 2012 back to where it all started. He played 16 matches in the 2016-17 campaign as Girona gained promotion to La Liga, the top division in Spain, for the first time in club history. The midfielder made his debut in the Spanish top flight on February 16, 2018.