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Roman Torres future now in hands of Millonarios

Chepo FC President clarifies stance, now says that the Panamanian centerback's future is in the hands of his Colombian club.

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Seattle Sounders FC's transfer window doings are not done yet. Potent centerback Roman Torres may just join the organization soon after Chepo FC and Millonarios corrected some paperwork. This free transfer would not be required to happen during the secondary transfer window that closed on Thursday.

Speaking to El Marcador TV Chepo FC's President explained some of the on-going saga in regards to the transfer. It is a free, the letter of termination has been corrected and they just want respect for their economic rights to the player (25%).

It seems that the public pressure and pressure from other former Chepo FC players helped nudged the club into making decisions favorable to Torres.

With Brad Evans playing as a central midfielder in today's loss to the LA Galaxy the Sounders may already be planning for a future that involves Panama's best defender. Torres has six goals in his 29 national team appearances over the last two years.

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