NEW YORK – Expansion teams Inter Miami CF and Nashville SC traded up from the last two positions to the top two positions for Tuesday’s Stage 1 of the Re-Entry Process.
In addition to Miami and Nashville making new player selections, Sporting Kansas City and the Red Bulls also acquired new talent during Major League Soccer’s process.
As per a prior trade with FC Cincinnati, Miami exchanged its No. 26 pick for the top splot, which the team used to select former Atlanta United defender Mikey Ambrose.
Nashville SC picked former New York City FC defender Eric Miller with the second choice after Nashville traded up from No. 25 to No. 2, sending Vancouver Whitecaps FC its natural second round pick in the 2022 MLS SuperDraft.
With each selecting goalkeepers, Sporting Kansas City chose Richard Sanchez, formerly of Chicago Fire FC, and the Red Bulls acquired Kendall McIntosh, formerly of the Portland Timbers.
The final 2019 MLS postseason roster mechanism will be Stage 2 of the Re-Entry Process Tuesday, Dec. 3 at 3 p.m. ET. The eligible player list for Stage 2 will be announced at 11 a.m. ET on Dec. 3.
Re-Entry Process, Stage 1 Results
|Mikey Ambrose (Atlanta United)||Inter Miami CF|
|Eric Miller (New York City FC)||Nashville SC|
|Richard Sanchez (Chicago Fire FC)||Sporting Kansas City|
|Kendall McIntosh (Portland Timbers)||New York Red Bulls|