Summer 2017 MLS Transfer Window Tracker: New England Revolution

Last updated: August 10, 2017

Trade The Revs made their trade with Columbus official on Thursday, acquiring F Krisztian Nemeth in exchange for $200,000 in 2018 General Allocation Money and $200,000 in Targeted Allocation Money and an international spot for the 2017 and 2018 seasons. Columbus used the No. 1 spot in the MLS Allocation Order to sign Nemeth and subsequently traded him to New England. The Revs were No. 2 in the Allocation Order, and will now move to No. 1.
Report ESPN's Taylor Twellman reports that the New England Revolution will sign former Sporting KC F Krisztian Nemeth. Since Nemeth, who transferred out of MLS for a fee following the 2015 season, is subject to the league's allocation process, the Revs will reportedly send "$350K+" of allocation money to Columbus Crew SC, who hold the top spot in the Allocation Order.
Rumor Citing a league source, FourFourTwo's Paul Tenorio tweeted on Aug. 1 that the Revolution turned down a $1 million transfer offer for Lee Nguyen from Israeli club Maccabi Haifa. 
Signing On July 28, the Revolution announced they had signed D Claude Dielna. The 29-year-old French defender comes to New England with over 10 years of playing experience in France's Ligue 1, England's Championship, Romania and Slovakia.
Report On July 10, New England sideline reporter Naoko Funayama reported that the Revolution will "absolutely" be active in the summer transfer window and have already made offers to several players. General manager Mike Burns had previously told MLSsoccer.com that the 10th-place Revs are in the market for guys who "can come in and start or seriously compete for starting spots out of the gate." 

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