TRANSFER TRACKER STATUS:signing
Coronel, 24, will take an international spot on RBNY’s list upon receipt of his P-1 visa and international transfer certificate.
“We are happy that Carlos is on loan for the season,” said sports director Kevin Thelwell in a statement. “He’s a very good goalkeeper, has experience with Gerhard’s style of play and is familiar with the MLS. Carlos continues to strengthen our group of goalkeepers and we look forward to getting him used to our group. “
Coronel previously spent part of the 2019 season on loan with the Philadelphia Union, appears in four games with three starts. He has played eleven games for Red Bull Salzburg, including the UEFA Champions League, under former RBNY coach Jesse Marsch. The current trainer of the New York Red Bulls, Gerhard Struber, was formerly the trainer of the Salzburg Academy.
After joining the Red Bull Brasil U20 team, Coronel switched to FC Liefering at the age of 18, an Austrian second division team that is associated with Red Bull Salzburg. He played 67 first division games for the club and conceded 20 goals.
“Carlos brings experience from playing in the Champions League and has shown that he can bring stable performances and leadership on the pitch in big games,” said head coach Gerhard Struber in a press release. “He strengthens our goalkeeping group and brings good energy to our team.”
In addition to Coronel, RBNY also has David Jensen and Ryan Meara as seasoned options with the goalkeeper after sharing the workload in 2020. You also signed the 20-year-old Luca Lewis earlier this off-season.