Matheus Davó joins Philadelphia Union – Loan with option from Corinthians

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Matheus Davó joins Philadelphia Union – Loan with option from Corinthians


After deadline day 

Almost a week after deadline day has passed, some Major League Soccer teams are still announcing transfers concluded on August 5. One of those clubs were the Philadelphia Union, who on Wednesday announced the signing of Brazilian forward Matheus Davó. Davó joins the club immediately on loan from Brazilian side Corinthians. The Union will have an option to make the transfer permanent at the end of the season. 

“We’re excited to welcome Matheus to the Philadelphia Union and add a versatile young attacker to our roster,” said Union sporting director Ernst Tanner in a club statement. “We have looked for a technically advanced striker like Matheus who can play underneath his partner and link defense to attack. We look forward to getting him quickly integrated into our system.”

Monteiro, Gazdag, Accam & Co. – Philadelphia Union record transfers

Leon Flach | Signed from FC St. Pauli in 2021 | Fee: $275,000

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Stuart Findlay | Signed from Kilmarnock in 2021 | Fee: $300,000

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Raïs M’Bolhi | Signed from CSKA Sofia in 2014 | Fee: $385,000

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Sergio Santos | Signed from Audax Italiano in 2019 | Fee: $492,000

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Alejandro Bedoya | Signed from FC Nantes in 2016 | Fee: $985,000

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Matej Oravec | Signed from Dunajska Streda in 2020 | Fee: $1.1 million

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David Accam | Signed from Chicago Fire in 2018 | Fee: $1.2 million

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Dániel Gazdag | Signed from Honvéd in 2021 | Fee: $1.8m (including bonuses)

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Jamiro Monteiro | Signed from FC Metz in 2020 (previously on loan) | Fee: $1.98 million

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