Major League Soccer (MLS) side FC Dallas have kicked against the decision to extend Ghana midfielder Francis Atuahene’s contract after two years with the club.
The 24-year old midfielder spent last season on loan at San Diego Loyal and was not included in the roaster for 2021.
Atuahehe joined FC Dallas from the Michigan Bucks and has managed to make only one appearance for the club, after spending most of his time on loan.
The Right to Dream Academy graduate played for the Oklahoma City Energy in 2018 before moving to Austin Bold in 2019.
“FC Dallas has declined contract options for defender Callum Montgomery and midfielders Francis Atuahene and Santiago Mosquera. The club is currently in negotiations with goalkeeper Phelipe Megiolaro and defender Bressan about their futures with FC Dallas. Defender Reto Ziegler is out of contract and will be available through the Re-Entry draft,” FC Dallas wrote on their website.
Meanwhile, the club has handed contract extension to his compatriot Emmanuel Twumasi.