“Juan has several years of experience in and out of this league and still has a lot to give,” Inter Miami Sporting Director Paul McDonough said in a statement. “He has shown that he’s a very talented player and we feel he will add valuable depth to our squad.”
The 27-year-old Agudelo was selected by Toronto FC in Stage 2 of the 2019 MLS Re-Entry Draft on Dec. 3. Primarily a center forward who has also seen time on the wing, Agudelo spent the last six seasons with the New England Revolution. He had three goals and two assists in 28 regular season appearances, including 21 starts, in 2019.
Agudelo was a Homegrown signing by the New York Red Bulls in 2010. He spent three seasons with the Red Bulls and two more with Chivas USA before playing for FC Utrecht in Holland.
Agudelo, who scored 46 goals in 215 MLS appearances, has 28 caps for the US men’s national team.