Mo Farsi set to leave Cavalry FC – U23 CanMNT has offers from Europe & MLS

By FPL360


After 2 years with club 

Following the conclusion of their Canadian Premier League season, Cavalry FC have announced that six players of the current squad will be leaving the club. The players set to leave are Mohamed Farsi, Karifa Yao, Ahinga Selemani, Richard Luca, José Hernández, and Nicolas Apostol.

Mo Farsi and Karifa Yao are the two most prominent names on the list. Yao was one of the best defenders in the CPL this season and saw his market value increase from $275,000 to $330,000, which ranks him among the ten most valuable Canadian center-backs in the world. The 21-year-old returns to CF Montréal from where he was on loan. 

Henry, Kennedy, Cornelius & Co.: The most valuable CanMNT center-backs

Milovan Kapor | Atlético Ottawa | Market value: $275,000

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Karl Ouimette | Indy Eleven | Market value: $275,000

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Rocco Romeo | Valour FC | Market value: $275,000

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On loan from Toronto FC

Ricardo Ferreira | Without a club | Market value: $330,000

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Karifa Yao | Cavalry FC | Market value: $330,000

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On loan from CF Montréal

Lukas MacNaughton | Pacific FC | Market value: $385,000

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Joel Waterman | CF Montréal | Market value: $440,000

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Manjrekar James | Vejle Boldklub | Market value: $440,000

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Derek Cornelius | Panetolikos GFS | Market value: $550,000

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Scott Kennedy | Jahn Regensburg | Market value: $660,000

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Doneil Henry | Suwon Samsung Blue Wings | Market value: $798,000

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Farsi, in the meantime, has turned down Cavalry’s attempts to renew his contract. The 21-year-old is being scouted by Major League Soccer teams and clubs from Europe and wants to make the next step in his development. 





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