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 midfielder Matheus Rossetto has obtained his U.S. green card and no longer occupies an international spot on the club’s roster.

Rossetto, 24, joined Atlanta United Feb. 3, 2020 when the club acquired him from Brazil’s Athletico Paranaense. In his first season in MLS, Rossetto made 10 starts across 15 league appearances. He also made two substitute appearances in Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League play in the Quarterfinals against Club América.

With the exception of a short loan stint in 2016 with Ferroviaria, he spent his entire career with Athletico Paranaense, professionally debuting in the Campeonato Paranaense in 2015. He then made his debut in Brazil’s top Division, Serie A, on July 30, 2016 against Sport Recife. Overall, he made 71 appearances in Serie A, scoring five goals.

Rossetto helped the club win Copa Sudamericana for the first time in its history in 2018, where he made three starts. He also made 11 appearances with seven starts during the 2017 Copa Libertadores where Athletico Paranaense reached the knockout round.

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