MLS Offseason Moves: Joe Corona moves for second time in a week

Joe Corona, whose option was declined after two seasons with the LA Galaxy, moved for the second time in a week as he was taken by the Houston Dynamo in Phase 2 of MLS's Re-Entry Process.

He was picked by Austin FC in the Expansion Draft, but didn't sign with the new MLS club or opt out of the MLS's Re-Entry Process.

The 30-year-old Corona, who has 23 caps for the USA, might not even end up in Houston. The Dynamo is only obligated make a genuine offer to Corona within seven days but doesn't have to sign him.

Tuesday moves:
Atlanta United
Signed DF Mikey Ambrose from Inter Miami as MLS free agent.
Austin FC
Acquired DF Jhohan Romana from Guarani (Paraguay).
Columbus Crew
Selected GK Eric Dick from Sporting KC in Re-Entry Process, Stage 2.
FC Dallas
Acquired MF Jader Obrian from Rionegro Aguilas (Colombia).
D.C. United
Selected MF Adrien Perez from LAFC in Re-Entry Process, Stage 2.
Houston Dynamo
Selected MF Joe Corona from Austin FC in Re-Entry Process, Stage 2.
Minnesota United
*Selected FW Luis Amarilla from Minnesota United FC in Re-Entry Process, Stage 2..
Sporting KC
Acquired MF Remi Walter from Yeni Malatyaspor (Turkey).
*Selected MF Felipe Gutierrez from Sporting KC in Re-Entry Process, Stage 2..
*Gives team seven days to sign the player and right of first refusal for that player in MLS. Otherwise, he would have become outright free agent.
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