Adrien Regattin - FC Cincinnati
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FC Cincinnati, forward Adrien Regattin mutually agree to part ways


FC Cincinnati have mutually parted ways with forward Adrien Regattin, the club announced Friday.

“Our greatest priority is to focus on the wellbeing of all of our players and staff,” FCC general manager Gerard Nijkamp said in a team statement. “Adrien spoke to us about the possibility of stepping away from the club because of a family situation and we concluded that this would be the best possible solution for everybody. We are appreciative for all Adrien did for FC Cincinnati and we wish him all the best in his future.”

Regattin was an offseason signing for FC Cincinnati as the club looked to revamp their attack heading into Year 2 of their MLS existence. He registered two assists across 10 games (7 starts) for the Orange and Gold.

“I want to say thank you to everybody at FC Cincinnati for giving me an opportunity to represent the Orange and Blue,” Regattin said. “I had a great experience with this team and wish the club all the best.”

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