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Charlotte FC looking to move on Adam Armour, Atlanta United Deal Falls Through

By Brian Maurer

Armour celebrating his goal for Charlotte FC (Photo courtesy of Dale Zanine - USA TODAY Sports)

Sources confirm that Charlotte FC will look to move on Adam Armour. A deal with Atlanta United had been agreed but broke down in its final stages. Charlotte are exploring options for The Crowns first goal scorer with multiple MLS and USL clubs interested in the young left back.

Armour quickly became a fan favorite during Charlotte FC's inaugural campaign because of his Carolina roots and for scoring the first goal in Charlotte FC history. His 2022 season was cut short due to a season ending knee injury. Armour made seven appearances in all competitions for the Black and Blue's last year before getting hurt during the US Open Cup match against the Greenville Triumph.

After rehabilitation for his knee, Armour was given an opportunity to get back on the field with Charlotte FC's development team, Crown Legacy FC. So far, he has made three starts and has two assists in 2023 with Crown Legacy FC.