Edgar Castillo will head to the New England Revolution, Kelyn Rowe will go to Sporting Kansas City, and Diego Rubio will play for Colorado Rapids following two trades on Tuesday involving the three clubs.
The Revolution acquired Castillo for Rowe from Colorado. The Rapids then sent Rowe, $200,000 in general allocation money, and $100,000 in target allocation money to Kansas City for Rubio.
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Sporting Kansas City completed the signing of striker Diego Rubio on loan from Spanish club Real Valladolid on Tuesday.
Rubio, 22, signs as a young designated player. He will count toward the team's allotment of three DPs, joining U.S. internationals Matt Besler and Graham Zusi, but his salary will only count $200,000 toward SKC's salary cap.
"We are excited to bring Rubio to the club," Sporting KC manager Peter Vermes said in a statement. "We have a lot of games coming up in a short amount of time...