Dylan Borrero joins New England Revolution – Top 3 record signing

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Dylan Borrero joins New England Revolution – Top 3 record signing


From Atlético Mineiro 

This article first appeared on April 21 and has been updated with new information after the transfer was made official. 

Major League Soccer side New England Revolution have signed Colombian forward Dylan Borrero from Brazilian side Atlético Mineiro. Borrero will join the club for an initial $4 million that could increase by another $500,000. The deal will make the 20-year-old Colombian the third most expensive signing in the Revolution’s club history. Borrero is expected to be part of the MLS U22 Initiative. 

“Dylan Borrero is a young attacking player we have followed closely over the past year,” Revolution sporting director and head coach Bruce Arena said in a club statement. “His technical ability and pace are assets which will complement our attack. We are excited to welcome him to the New England Revolution.”

The 20-year-old can play on both wings and has also featured as an attacking midfielder and further back in a more central midfield role. Borrero joined Atlético Mineiro from the Colombian side Independiente Santa Fe in 2020 and has played 44 games (three goals and five assists) across all competitions. 

Bou, Buksa, Gil & Co.: New England Revolution record arrivals

Matt Polster | Signed from Rangers in 2020 | Fee: $363,000

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Arnór Ingvi Traustason | Signed from Malmö FF in 2021 | Fee: $500,000

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Djordje Petrovic | Signed from Čukarički in 2022 | Fee: $1 million

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Sebastian Lletget | Acquired from LA Galaxy in 2021 | Fee: $1.3m

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Carles Gil | Signed from Deportivo La Coruña in 2019 | Fee: $1.65m

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Dylan Borrero | Signed from Atlético Mineiro | Fee: $4m

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Adam Buksa | Signed from Pogon Szczecin in 2020 | Fee: $4.62m

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Gustavo Bou | Signed from Club Tijuana in 2019 | Fee: $7m

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