The LA Galaxy have agreed a deal to sign French winger Samuel Grandsir from AS Monaco, sources verify to MLSsoccer.com. L’Equipe first reported the switch.
The deal is simply pending a medical, which is predicted to be accomplished soon. Grandsir will probably be signed utilizing Focused Allocation Cash, preserving the Galaxy’s lone open Designated Player spot.
Grandsir, 24, began his career in his hometown Evreux earlier than breaking via as an expert with Troyes in 2016. He scored six goals in 77 appearances with Troyes earlier than making the move to Monaco in 2018, however spent a lot of the subsequent two seasons on loan with RC Strasbourg and Stade Brest 29.
In complete, Grandsir has scored 12 goals in 131 first-team appearances. Internationally, Grandsir made 4 appearances with the France U21 side.
Grandsir would join a winger group together with homegrowns Efra Alvarez and Cameron Dunbar. The membership presently have one open DP spot.
Head coach Greg Vanney took over this winter on the membership, who’ve begun making some adjustments to the roster. Irish international center back Derrick Williams, left back Jorge Villafana and goalkeeper Jonathan Bond spotlight the additions so far.