Juventus winger Douglas Costa moves to the US to join LA Galaxy

Football Express

Brazilian winger Douglas Costa completed a move to the United States after sealing a loan move to LA Galaxy. His parent club Juventus approved to offload the winger after the completion of his loan move at Gremio. Unfortunately, the winger went down fighting a relegation battle and ended his loan move on a low.

Meanwhile, Costa has agreed to an initial 6-month loan move to LA Galaxy and then will sign on for one more year as his Juventus’ contract expires in August. He follows the likes of several European stars like Beckham, Lampard, and Ibrahimovic.

The Major League Soccer will have another European gracing their league. Football in the US has been on the up. Moreover, their international team is all set to compete at the upcoming Qatar Fifa World Cup. The monopoly continues as many American footballers continue to play their trade in Europe. Christian Pulisic, Tyler Adams, Weston Mckennie, and Bryan Reynolds are all part of the major European leagues.

The American fans have another opportunity to witness the game of a reputed player from Europe. Douglas Costa has quite the CV having played for Juventus and Bayern Munich. He has won titles wherever he has played. Costa will want to expand his list of trophies with a successful campaign in the States.

Douglas Costa has also been capped by Brazil 31 times and featured in their 2018 World Cup squad. He will hope to relive his glory days and sprinkle his magic in the United States of America. He is known for his massive surge of runs and exemplary skills. Douglas Costa will hope to brush the Major League Soccer with some Brazilian samba and give the fans of Hollywood a good season to look forward to.

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