FC Dallas solidifies itself as a club determined to invest in the future. The latest acquisition, 17-year-old Enes Sali, hailing from FCV Farul Constanța, brings the promise of exceptional talent. The winger, signed through the 2027 Major League Soccer (MLS) season with an option for 2028, reflects the club's strategy of exploring promising young players through the Sub-22 Initiative.
Born in Canada, Sali made history by debuting for Farul Constanța at the age of 15, standing out with four goals and two assists in 56 games across various competitions. His early international exposure with the Romanian national team, even as a substitute, underscores the potential of this young prodigy. Recognition from The Guardian as one of the best players born in 2006 adds further weight to his arrival at FC Dallas.
Joining the Texan club, Sali becomes part of an ambitious squad under the guidance of coach Nico Estévez, aiming for a third consecutive appearance in the Audi MLS Cup playoffs. FC Dallas, finishing the last season in seventh place in the Western Conference with 46 points, sees in Sali an opportunity to strengthen their attack and exceed expectations in the upcoming season.
The signing of the Canadian-Romanian winger highlights FC Dallas' strategic vision in shaping a competitive team, combining experience and youth. It remains for fans and enthusiasts to wait and see how Enes Sali integrates into the club's tactical scheme and becomes a crucial element in the pursuit of success in future competitions. The bet seems well-placed, and the eyes of the soccer world are now focused on the young talent promising to illuminate MLS fields with his extraordinary skill and potential.