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Victor Ulloa is set for his second expansion adventure in as many years, according to a new report.
The 27-year-old holding midfielder took to Twitter on Wednesday to thank fans and colleagues as he departs FC Cincinnati after one season, and The Athletic's Paul Tenorio quickly revealed on the same medium that the Texan is on the radar of 2020 MLS debutants Inter Miami.
Ulloa’s rights have been traded to Inter Miami, per multiple league sources. https://t.co/sdKyqkJADm— Paul Tenorio (@PaulTenorio) October 23, 2019
A product of FC Dallas' prolific academy system, Ulloa was a regular for FCD over five seasons, including their Supporters' Shield-U.S. Open Cup double campaign in 2016, before moving to Cincy last winter.
He made 26 appearances (22 starts) for FCC in 2019, chipping in a goal and two assists. But he's now out of contract, meaning that Inter would have to agree terms with him on a new deal, plus secure his MLS rights from Cincinnati, should he don the new club's pink and black kit in 2020.