Nashville SC is taking its roster for the Major League Soccer (MLS) seriously because
they signed yet another player. Randall Leal, national player of Costa Rica and Deportivo Saprissa midfielder, will join Nashville’s team in January 2020.
Leal signed a four-year contract, and the management of Nashville SC believes that he will bring talent and potential to the team. Despite being only 22, Randall already gained a lot of experience in the national and international level.
In the last two years, Leal played as a midfielder for Deportivo Saprissa. That team has a historical dominance at Costa Rican Liga Promérica. Randall scored six goals for the team so far. He also played in three games at the Gold Cup and 13 matches in the jersey of the national team of Costa Rica.
The Costa Rican is a seventh player who comes as a reinforcement ahead of Nashville’s debut in the MSL. Previously the team management booked Hanu Mukhtar, Aníbal Godoy from Panama, and David Accam from Ghana. They also signed Derrick Jones from the U.S., Cameron Lancaster from the U.K., and Daniel Ríos from Mexico.