Minnesota United have issued a statement that they will retain former Right to Dreams forward Abu Danladi.
The MLS side announced on Monday that they will not need the services of eight players for the 2018 League Season because of poor performance.
However, the club pointed out that the good players will be maintained of which Danladi is part.
The 22-year-old Ghanaian who was named the second best MLS Rookie for the year 2017 made 27 appearances scoring eight goals in the just-ended season.
Aside Danladi, Christian Ramirez, Sam Cronin, Ethan Finlay, Miguel Ibarra, Kevin Molino, Sam Nicholson, Rasmus Schuller, Collen Warner, Michael Boxall, Marc Burch, Francisco Calvo, Vadim Demidov and Jerome Thiesson will also stay with the club.
By Edmund Okai Gyimah