Looks like help is on the way.
Ives Galarcep is reporting sources have confirmed to Goal.com that 22-year old West Ham central midfielder Sebastian Lletget is set to depart the English Premier League club to sign with the LA Galaxy in MLS.
According to sources, the Galaxy will be sending an undisclosed amount of allocation money (believed to be in the $50,000 range) to the New England Revolution after the Revs put in a discovery claim on Lletget ahead of the Galaxy, who had been in talks in Lletget for months.
And if the reliable Ives isn't enough of a sign, this tweet is a dead giveaway.
Moving back to where it all started...CALI CALI ✈️— THEBAYSVERYOWN (@SLletget) May 6, 2015
One more tweet, just to be safe.
Okay bro I see you @SLletget.... Respect know you're going to kill it— Amobi Okugo (@amobisays) May 6, 2015
Lletget is an interesting prospect. Though the U.S. youth international never managed to make a first team appearance during his five years at the club, he was highly regarded as a youth player. And it's no secret the Galaxy have struggled to find a suitable partner for Juninho after trading Marcelo Sarvas in the off-season.
What do you think of the possibility of LA signing Lletget?