Vasconcelos Set For New Spell With Wanderers
Guelph United’s Camilo Vasconcelos is set for a second spell in the Canadian Premier League, once again on a developmental deal.
The youngster had previously signed a short-term deal with York United that saw him ride the bench three times earlier this summer, though he ultimately went unutilized during his time in Ontario.
The 18-year-old was supposed to be locked in with the University of Vermont by now, and had even featured in some of their promotional material – however, some academic delays saw his NCAA debut stalled, and the Halifax Wanderers have now picked him up on a new developmental deal.
Astute fans will recall that Vasconcelos trialed with Halifax earlier this year, and had even featured for the Wanderers U-23 side against Holstein Kiel. He now returns to the first team on a developmental deal set to run the remainder of the 2023 CPL season.
Camilo turned heads last season when he won the Guelph United‘s U-21 Player of the Year award after making ten senior appearances for the side. He upped that number to eleven this season despite splitting time between both Halifax and York, contributing four goals in League1 Ontario action.
The Halifax Wanderers rest in sixth place, which is just three points shy of second.