Colombian Fabian Castillo will be returning to Major League Soccer after the FC Dallas winger's negotiations with Turkish side Trabzonspor fell through.
Having spent six years with Dallas in the MLS, Castillo scored 34 goals and 30 assists in just 159 regular-season appearances.
He was in Turkey last week to meet Tranzonspor officials to seal a deal to play in the Turkish Super Lig, but ESPN analyst Taylor Twellman revealed at half-time during Sunday's game against LA Galaxy that the deal was "dead."
The MLS club confirmed on Monday that Castillo would not be moving abroad.
CLUB STATEMENT - There is no deal to transfer Fabian Castillo. We expect him to return to Dallas for training. pic.twitter.com/TG8cF9611J
- FC Dallas (@FCDallas) August 1, 2016
Castillo, 24, will now return to Dallas and continue his good form this season -- five goals and five assists in 22 games -- where his presence will be crucial for the U.S. Open Cup semifinal against the Galaxy on Aug. 10.