MLS expansion side Orlando City SC have agreed to acquire goalkeeper Tally Hall from the Houston Dynamo.
In exchange, the Dynamo will receive allocation money. The Orlando Sentinel reported that Houston also will receive an international player slot.
The trade cannot be completed until the MLS trade window opens on Dec. 8, but Dynamo president Chris Canetti confirmed to MLSsoccer.com that both sides have agreed to the deal.
Hall, who has started for the Dynamo for four seasons, is recovering from a torn ACL suffered in August that will likely keep him out through the beginning of the season.
"I came to Houston six years ago as an unknown and Houston's where I was given a chance to make a name for myself," Hall told MLSsoccer.com. "Now I leave Houston humbled by support and love from the organization and fans as a whole. I leave with a heavy heart, but at the same time I'm very much looking forward to what Orlando has, with the opportunity to be with a team for their inaugural season is extremely exciting for me and I can't wait to get ingrained with the community and organization and start winning games for Orlando."
Orlando City now has 10 players on MLS deals: Hall, Kaká, Tommy Redding, Tyler Turner, Rafael Ramos, Estrela, Darwin Ceren, Luke Boden, Harrison Heath and Kevin Molino.