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Tristan Bowen Among Players To Join Revs In Arizona For Preseason Camp

The former Chivas USA homegrown has played in Scandinavia the last two seasons.

Seattle Sounders v Chivas USA Photo by Ric Tapia/Getty Images

The New England Revolution have added several players to their preseason camp out in Arizona including a former Re-Entry Draft selection from 2014.

Former Chivas USA attacker Tristan Bowen was selected in the second stage of the RED process but never signed with the Revolution. Bowen trialed in Germany in the summer of 2015 before settling with Kuopion Palloseura (KuPS) in Finland, the same team as former Revs defender Stephan McCarthy, and AFC Eskilstuna in Sweden.

Also mentioned is 21 year old defender Jeremie Sabaly, a French/Senegalese national who last played for Servette FC in Switzerland’s third division, though the club has recently been promoted. Sabaly has been out of contract since the summer but did total eight goals in 46 games for Servette.

It would appear Bowen and Sabaly would be on trial but also in camp are two Revs Academy graduates, Leandro Alves and Daniel Rovira, both currently players at Dean College. Justin Rennicks, a past academy player who has trained with the Revs in preseason is currently with the United States U-18 team in Florida along with teammate Daniel Jones.

The New England roster currently has 22 spots out of 28 filled and now 29 players in camp with two internationals in recently signed defenders Antonia Delamea and Benjamin Angoua.