UPDATE, 10:30 am ET, Dec. 27: The Athletic's Paul Tenorio on Friday added another respected voice to those reporting an Agudelo-to-Miami move, adding that the Colombian-American talent will be signing at a lower salary number than the wages he was making in New England (his 2019 guaranteed compensation was just north of $600,000, according to MLS Players Association documents)...
Can confirm what's been floating around on Twitter the last week: per league sources, Juan Agudelo is signing with #InterMiamiCF. Also sources say former Seattle Sounders center back Roman Torres will also sign with Miami. Both at significantly lower salary figures.— Paul Tenorio (@PaulTenorio) December 27, 2019
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The experienced 28-times capped U.S. international was selected by Toronto in Stage 2 of this month's MLS re-entry draft, but the sides reportedly couldn't work out an agreement on compensation, paving the way for the move to Miami.
Agudelo is a known MLS commodity, most notably with the New England Revolution, where he played in 2013 and from 2015-2019. He started his professional career as Homegrown player with the New York Red Bulls from 2010-2012 and made 26 appearances for Chivas USA from 2012-2013. Overall, Agudelo has tallied 46 goals and 22 assists in 215 career MLS games.
The Revs declined their contract option on Agudelo last month prior to TFC acquiring his rights.