Atlanta United's attack about to look a lot different

Marcelino Moreno expected to make his team debut on Saturday

Atlanta United has had a better run of results their last four games, including wins over Dallas and DC United, and a draw on Wednesday night with Orlando City.

The offense has created more chances recently and they are about to add a potentially major piece in the attack.

There was a lot of creativity lost when United made the decision to sell Pity Martinez. But they used the newly created Designated Player spot left when Pity departed to bring in Marcelino Moreno from Lanus, the same club the team acquired Miguel Almiron from.

Jason Longshore, Atlanta United color analyst, joined John and Hugh and spoke about adding Moreno into the mix and what he can do that the team hasn't been doing much recently.

"He gives you a more dynamic presence in the midfield, pace, and ability to win 1v1 dribbles that this team is going to need to break opponents down," says Longshore. "When you look at the last four matches, they have created chances primarily from the flanks. Moreno gives you an attacking presence through the middle that can help open the game up a little more for this group."

To hear all of Jason Longshore's comments about Atlanta United, click here.