LAFC sign former Inter Miami goalkeeper John McCarthy – XenBet

Los Angeles FC have completed the signing of free agent goalkeeper John McCarthy.

The 29-year-old joins the Black and Gold for the 2022 season with an option for 2023 and will likely serve as deputy to fellow new signing Maxime Crepeau. The Canadian goalkeeper was acquired on Thursday from the Vancouver Whitecaps in a $1m trade – the highest in MLS history for a goalkeeper.

McCarthy spent the previous two seasons in Florida with Inter Miami after a previous spell with the Philadelphia Union. He made 42 appearances for the Herons during that time, keeping seven clean sheets.

“John brings great MLS experience to our club and will provide depth to our roster,” LAFC co-president & general manager John Thorrington said in a release. “We expect he will help our team both on and off the field.”

Goalkeeper has been a problem position for LAFC ever since they lost Tyler Miller to Minnesota United in 2020. It’s hoped the additions of Crepeau – arguably one of the best ‘keepers in MLS over the past few years – and McCarthy will solidify this spot for years to come.


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