FC Dallas is taking ambitious steps in the transfer market by expressing interest in acquiring Croatian striker Petar Musa, currently with Benfica. The pursuit of the 25-year-old player signals a determination to strengthen the team's offensive sector, but the cost of this ambition is estimated to be around the club's historical record, approximately $7 million.
Musa, known for his impressive skills and sharp goal-scoring instinct, has accumulated 17 goals in 64 matches for Benfica. The striker, a valuable asset to the Portuguese team, has now become the target not only for FC Dallas but also for other European clubs that have presented offers to the player.
The American club's bet on Musa reflects the quest for quality and immediate impact in its ranks. The possibility of breaking its own transfer record demonstrates the seriousness with which FC Dallas approaches competition in MLS and its desire to strengthen the team for more ambitious challenges.
However, the path to securing Musa will not be easy, given the competition from European clubs who also see the Croatian striker as a valuable addition to their squads.