Man City goalkeeper Zack Steffen has made a permanent move to Colorado Rapids.
The 28-year-old goalkeeper has signed a three-year deal with MLS side Colorado Rapids.
He acted as a backup to first-choice keeper Zack Steffen and has made only 21 first-team appearances under manager Pep Guardiola.
Steffen fell down the pecking order after the arrival of Stefan Ortega in the summer of 2022 and joined Middlesbrough on loan last season.
The USA international missed the first part of the season with a knee injury that prevented him from making a move in the summer.
Steffen has made 29 USMNT appearances since his debut in 2018 but was snubbed from the 2022 World Cup squad.
His new contract with Colorado runs until 2026 and earlier established himself as one of the best shot-stoppers in MLS.
Club president Padraig Smith said: “Zack is an elite-level goalkeeper with a wealth of experience internationally and in MLS. His exceptional skills, experience, and proven track record make him a valuable addition to our roster.
“His character and mentality will greatly benefit our team. We’re thrilled to bolster our backline with his signing and look forward to welcoming him to Colorado.”
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