Sebastian Lletget has accrued three goals and five assist this season. (Mark Smith-USA TODAY Sports)

FC Dallas Wednesday acquired U.S. men’s national team midfielder Sebastian Lletget from New England Revolution in exchange for $300,000 in General Allocation Money in 2022 and $300,000 in GAM in 2023, the MLS club announced.

Lletget joins FC Dallas through the end of the 2023 season. Per team policy, additional terms will not be disclosed.

“Sebastian is a proven contributor for the national team and in MLS,” FC Dallas president Dan Hunt said in a statement. “His experience is going to be a phenomenal asset for our club and we can’t wait to see him make his debut for FC Dallas.”

Lletget, 29, joins FC Dallas after starting the 2022 season with the Revs. He recorded three goals and five assists in 22 matches. Prior to joining the Revs, Lletget spent seven seasons with the LA Galaxy, where he scored 23 goals and recorded 27 assists across 158 MLS appearances.

“Excited is an understatement,” Lletget said in a statement. “I’m very familiar with coach Nico Estevez. I worked with him on the National Team. I played with several players that are on the on the team now and I just believe in where the club is going. I think it’s going be a great fit for me and for the club.”

Added Dallas head coach Nico Estevez: “I’ve worked with him the last three years with the national team. He’s a great guy for the locker room. He’s humble, a hard worker. He gets along with any player of any age and he speaks two languages: Spanish and English. I think this will help him get close to the guys and get along with them.”