Atlanta United forward Adam Jahn #14 and midfielder Matheus Rossetto #9 celebrate after Jahn’s goal during the second half of the match against Orlando City SC at Exploria Stadium in Orlando, Florida, on Saturday September 5, 2020. This is part of the first phase of the continuation of MLS’ 25th season. (Photo by Jacob Gonzalez/Atlanta United)

Atlanta United today announced it has waived forward Adam Jahn. The 30-year-old spent one season with the club, scoring three goals. 

“Adam was a true professional during his time here and we want to thank him for his contributions to the club,” Atlanta United Vice President and Technical Director Carlos Bocanegra said. “We wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors.”

Jahn originally joined Atlanta in January of 2020 via transfer from Phoenix Rising of the USL Championship. Last season, he appeared in 21 matches, made 13 starts and had three goals and two assists. In seven MLS seasons, Jahn has scored 15 goals in 124 matches. 

Per MLS rules, a club may place a player on Waivers at any time during the regular season at which point he is made available to all other MLS clubs. The Waiver Claiming Period shall commence on the first business day after the League delivers notice to clubs and expires at 5 p.m. ET on the second business day. If a player is not selected off Waivers (“clears Waivers”) then that player is available to all MLS clubs on a first-come, first-served basis. More information on waivers can be found here

TRANSACTION: Atlanta United waives Adam Jahn on February 2, 2021.

2021 Atlanta United roster (as of Feb. 2, 2021)

Goalkeepers (2): Brad Guzan, Alec Kann

Defenders (9): Mikey Ambrose, George Bello, George Campbell, Franco Escobar, Brooks Lennon, Fernando Meza, Efrain Morales, Miles Robinson, Anton Walkes

Midfielders (10): Mo Adams, Ezequiel Barco, Machop Chol, Jürgen Damm, Emerson Hyndman, Marcelino Moreno, Jake Mulraney, Eric Remedi, Matheus Rossetto, Tyler Wolff

Forwards (4): Jackson Conway, Erik Lopez, Lisandro Lopez, Josef Martinez

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