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The New England Revolution completed a deal on Friday to bring U.S. international forward Juan Agudelo back to the club.
Agudelo's deal will run through 2018, though he will not be a designated player, a source told ESPN FC's Jeff Carlisle.
The 22-year-old played with the Revolution in 2013, scoring seven goals, then departed to attempt a move to play in Europe. Agudelo has been out of action since his loan stint with Dutch side FC Utrecht ended last May.
He had been on the books of English Premier...
Juan Agudelo's lengthy journey to find a new club has officially ended with the New England Revolution, with sources telling ESPN FC that the U.S. international has signed a contract with MLS.
A source added that Agudelo's deal will run through 2018, though the 22-year-old will not be a designated player.
Agudelo confirmed the move on Twitter later on Thursday:
I am extremely happy to officially sign minutes ago...
Juan Agudelo's lengthy journey to find a new club could be nearing an end, as sources have confirmed to ESPN FC that he is close to signing a deal with MLS that would see him return to the New England Revolution.
Goal.com first reported the news on Monday.
Agudelo has been out of action since his loan stint with Dutch side FC Utrecht ended last May. He had been on the books of English Premier League side Stoke City, but after twice having applications for a work permit denied, his contract was terminated.