Goodbye Niko

EmbeddedFont, CalibriMSFontService, sans-serif; font-weight: bold;" xml:lang="EN-US">Houston Dynamo FCEmbeddedFont, CalibriMSFontService, sans-serif;" xml:lang="EN-US"> acquired $1EmbeddedFont, CalibriMSFontService, sans-serif;" xml:lang="EN-US">25EmbeddedFont, CalibriMSFontService, sans-serif;" xml:lang="EN-US">,000 in General Allocation Money from Minnesota United for the EmbeddedFont, CalibriMSFontService, sans-serif;" xml:lang="EN-US">right of first refusal EmbeddedFont, CalibriMSFontService, sans-serif;" xml:lang="EN-US">to forward Niko Hansen. The Dynamo would receive $50,000 in General Allocation Money in 2021 and $75,000 in 2022. 


EmbeddedFont, CalibriMSFontService, sans-serif;" xml:lang="EN-US">Houston acquired Hansen from Columbus Crew SC for $75,000 in Targeted Allocation Money on Aug. 8, 2019. The forward scored two goals and tallied an assist in 21 appearances for Houston. 


EmbeddedFont, CalibriMSFontService, sans-serif;" xml:lang="EN-US">Hansen was selected as the ninth overall pick by Columbus in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft aEmbeddedFont, CalibriMSFontService, sans-serif;" xml:lang="EN-US">fter four seasons at the University of New Mexico. The forward finished with 79 appearances (65 starts), 28 goals and 14 assists while earning All-Conference USA honors twiceEmbeddedFont, CalibriMSFontService, sans-serif;" xml:lang="EN-US"> for the Lobos. 


EmbeddedFont, CalibriMSFontService, sans-serif; font-weight: bold;" xml:lang="EN-US">TRANSACTION:EmbeddedFont, CalibriMSFontService, sans-serif;" xml:lang="EN-US">Houston Dynamo FC acquired $125,000 in General Allocation Money from Minnesota United for the EmbeddedFont, CalibriMSFontService, sans-serif;" xml:lang="EN-US">right of first refusalEmbeddedFont, CalibriMSFontService, sans-serif;" xml:lang="EN-US"> to forward Niko Hansen. Houston will receive $50,000 in General Allocation Money (GAM) in 2021 and $75,000 in GAM in 2022.

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