MLS Moves: Red Bulls send Tim Parker to Houston, acquire Andres Reyes

Tim Parker, part of the New York Red Bulls defense that won the 2018 Supporters' Shield, was traded to the Houston Dynamo as part of a shuffle of MLS central defenders.

Parker played 155 games in six MLS seasons with Vancouver and the Red Bulls and earned two U.S. caps in 2018. The Red Bulls sent midfielder Felipe and $500,000 in allocation money to acquire Parker from the Whitecaps in 2018.

The Dynamo had sent central defender Kiki Struna to CF Montreal for forward Maxi Urruti. The Red Bulls turned around and acquired 21-year-old defender Andres Reyes from Colombia's Atletico Nacional. He spent 2020 on loan to Inter Miami, making 13 starts during the 23-match MLS regular-season campaign.

Atlanta United.
Signed MF Machop Chol from Wake Forest University as a Homegrown Player.
Houston Dynamo.
Acquired DF Tim Parker from NY Red Bulls for $300,000 in GAM in 2021 and $150,000 in GAM in 2022 as well as up to $600,000 in conditional GAM.
LA Galaxy.
Signed MF Adam Saldana from LA Galaxy II as a Homegrown Player.
Nashville SC.
Acquired second-round and third-round picks of the 2021 SuperDraft and the first pick in the 2022 SuperDraft from Philadelphia Union for $50,000 in GAM in 2021, as well as conditional GAM based on performances of those players selected.
NY Red Bulls.
Acquired DF Andres Reyes from Atletico Nacional (Colombia) via transfer.
Portland Timbers.
Completed transfer of FW Felipe Mora from UNAM (Mexico), signing him to a new contract utilizing TAM.

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