Minnesota United selected five players in Tuesday's Major League Soccer expansion draft. Here are links with statistics and career information, as well as video highlights.

With its first pick, United selected defender Chris Duvall from the New York Red Bulls and traded him to Montreal for midfielder Johan Venegas, who has played on the Costa Rican national team.

Here's Venegas' profile from the MLS.com web site.

Last month, Venegas scored the first goal for Costa Rica in a 4-0 victory over the U.S. men's national team in a World Cup qualifying match.

Second round pick: Collen Warner, a midfielder who was with Houston in 2016.

Here's a Warner goal from when he played for Toronto in 2015.

Third round: Mohammad Saied, midfielder from the Columbus Crew.

Fourth round: Jeff Attinella, goalkeeper from Real Salt Lake.

Here are highlights from a Man of the Match performance against Columbus in 2015.

Fifth round: Femi Hollinger-Janzen, a forward from New England.

Here's Hollinger-Janzen scoring the game-winning goal against Seattle in May.





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