Atlanta United have loaned homegrown winger Tyler Wolff to Belgian second-tier side SK Beveren for the 2022/23 league season.
Still only 19, Wolff made six appearances for the Five Stripes across all competitions this season, including five in MLS play, totaling 300 minutes. The teenager has made 18 appearances for Atlanta United’s senior team overall since signing a contract in July 2020, though he’s yet to score or assist a goal.
At international level, Wolff has nine caps to his name for the United States U-20 team, most recently scoring twice during the USYNT’s successful Concacaf U-20 Championship campaign.
Wolff, the son of Austin FC head coach Josh Wolff and older brother of midfielder Owen Wolff, joins a Beveren side that finished third in the Challenger Pro table last season, barely missing out on promotion to the top-flight.
Atlanta United sit 11th in the Eastern Conference with 20 points from 17 games, five adrift of the MLS Cup Playoff places ahead of this weekend’s home clash with Austin FC.