The tale of Kevin Hartman's offseason continues to get more interesting by the day. Just weeks after the veteran keeper and FC Dallas failed to get a deal worked out to bring him back for another season or two, reports out of New York suggest Hartman could be headed to the North American Soccer League.
Yeah, the NASL but the stranger twist is where he could eventually go. Kristian Dryer of Big Apple Soccer is reportingthat Hartman is a potential target for NASL's newest kid on the block, the New York Cosmos.
A source within the NASL said that the New York Cosmos have an interest in former FC Dallas goalkeeper Kevin Hartman and will be reaching out to his representatives.
Hartman was passed over by the 19 MLS clubs in the Re-Entry Draft last week and is now technically free to work out a deal with any club of his choice.
Hartman started 30 games for FC Dallas this past season, recording a 1.40 goals-against average and six shutouts. He finished with a 9-11-10 mark.
What do you think of this twist? Hartman still has some gas in the tank but is going down to the NASL really worth it for the veteran keeper? It may be his only option if a MLS club doesn't come in first and offer better money.