"I think in Dallas, I wasn't enjoying the football the way I was wanting to. I think a change of scenery will help me. Changes like that are difficult, but this challenge will benefit me," Acosta told the Denver Post.
Acosta, 22, had spent his entire career with FCD, debuting with the first team as an 18-year-old in 2013 and had become an important part of the U.S. national team, appearing in World Cup qualifiers and the CONCACAF Gold Cup last year.
Acosta was shipped to the Colorado Rapids in exchange for forward Dominique Badji earlier this week, setting the stage for a new chapter in his career.
"Things just weren't going in the direction that I wanted them to. There was the injury [sports hernia], and then just doing the same routine over and over just took a toll mentally and physically," Acosta told the outlet about his lack of enjoyment with Dallas.
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