Former Seattle Sounders proper back Kelvin Leerdam is eager to stay in MLS and has held discussions with teams this winter, a supply informed MLSsoccer.com, although nothing is imminent. He’s presently a free agent.
Leerdam spent the last 4 seasons with Seattle earlier than his contract expired after the 2020 season. Whereas he was born within the Netherlands, he holds a inexperienced card, thus wouldn’t require an international roster spot if he stays in MLS.
There had been interest from Europe earlier within the winter, however Leerdam’s choice is to stay in MLS.
Leerdam, 30, made 91 appearances with the Sounders and was predominantly the membership’s first alternative proper back throughout his complete time within the Pacific Northwest. He made three MLS Cups with Seattle, winning one.
Previous to becoming a member of Seattle, he spent the whole thing of his career in his native Netherlands, making 113 appearances with Feyenoord and 106 appearances with Vitesse. He’s a former Dutch youth international.