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Seattle Sounders transfer Homegrown winger Henry Wingo to Molde FK

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The Seattle Sounders have transferred Homegrown winger Henry Wingo to Norwegian side Molde FK for an undisclosed fee, the club announced Monday. 

Wingo, 23, has made 22 appearances (3 starts) in three seasons since signing a first-team contract with the club.

"Henry is a promising young player that has played extensively at all levels of our club's pipeline," Sounders GM and President of Soccer Operations Garth Lagerwey said in a club statement. "When he wasn't getting consistent minutes with the first team, he was able to utilize our USL side to get games under his belt and continue his development, allowing a move like this to be possible. He's always been a good pro and we wish him the best of luck going forward."

Before joining the Sounders, Wingo spent three seasons at the University of Washington and has appeared in 31 USL contests with Tacoma Defiance, with six goals and two assists. 

"As a Seattle native and a member of the Academy going back to his teenage years, I am confident that Henry will go and do his best at Molde," said head coach Brian Schmetzer. "He's a good, athletic young player with potential, and I'm keen in following the next step in his career."

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