The midfielder was acquired in a trade with FC Cincinnati in November 2019.
Ulloa joined FC Cincinnati in December 2018 ahead of its inaugural season in MLS after an eight-year stay with FC Dallas. In his lone season with the club he made 26 appearances and registered one goal and two assists.
The Mexican-American is a product of FC Dallas’ Academy, where he became the first Homegrown player in franchise history and the eight in MLS to reach 100 appearances on June 3, 2017. Ulloa also became the seventh Homegrown player in MLS to play 10,000 minutes in 2018.
He signed his first professional contract in 2010 and made his First Team debut for FC Dallas in October 2011. Ulloa made 173 appearances in all competitions, tallying six goals and seven assists from his midfield position. He helped guide the club to the 2016 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup title and the 2016 Supporters’ Shield.