The New York Red Bulls have traded striker Sebastien LeToux back to the Philadelphia Union for allocation money and the rights to a player to be named later, according to sources with knowledge of the trade confirmed to SoccerByIves.com.
The trade came the same day the Red Bulls made a Bona Fide offer to LeToux to secure his MLS rights, which paved the way for the trade.Union dealt LeToux to the Vancouver Whitecaps for allocation money less than a year ago. The Red Bulls traded for him in 2011. He scored 25 goals in his previous stint with Union (2010-11).
The player to be named later has yet to be informed of the trade, but sources tell SBI the player is not a high-profile player for the Union.