Atlanta United sign Barco in record MLS deal

Ezequiel Barco is shown in this file

Ezequiel Barco is shown in this file

Tata Martino is set to land a long-term target in Ezequiel Barco, with the Argentinian teenager from Independiente said to cost a record transfer fee of $15 million for a Major League Soccer franchise.

The Major League Soccer side paid $15 million for the Argentine Under-20 worldwide, according to ESPN, besting an MLS record that was set when Toronto FC spent $10 million for Michael Bradley in 2013.

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Barco's penalty kick gave Independiente a 1-1 tie against Brazil's Flamengo at Maracana Stadium that clinched the 2017 Copa Sudamericana title, 3-2, on aggregate in the final. You were formed in the club and you leave as a champion. Everything can happen, but glory is eternal. "Thanks and success, Ezequiel!"

The deal ends a courtship that has been ongoing for months, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and bring to Atlanta United a midfielder who is considered one of the world's top young talents.

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Barco has scored five goals in 38 appearances in the Argentine Primera Division over the past two seasons, recording more assists and chances created than any other Independiente player in that span.

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