Nashville SC have completely signed winger Jacob Shaffelburg from Toronto FC following his mortgage spell within the second half of the 2022 MLS season.
Shaffelburg joined Nashville in August and went on to attain two objectives and help one other in 10 appearances throughout all competitions – serving to the membership qualify for the MLS Cup Playoffs for the third 12 months working.
Nashville have parted with $300k Common Allocation Cash (GAM) for Shaffelburg’s providers, whereas an additional $50k GAM might be payable if the 22-year-old meets sure performers markers. Shaffelburg has signed a deal via the 2026 MLS season with an choice on an additional 12 months.
A four-time Canada worldwide, Shaffelburg has performed 53 instances within the MLS common season so far, scoring 5 objectives and helping an additional 5.
Throughout his time with Toronto, he helped the membership raise the 2020 Canadian Championship, changing Jayden Nelson at half-time within the remaining because the Reds ultimately beat Forge FC on penalties.
Shaffelburg has not been known as as much as John Herdman’s roster for the 2022 World Cup, however did seem twice for Canada throughout qualifying, coming off the bench in opposition to each Jamaica and Panama.
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