The New England Revolution hasn't made an off-season signing yet, but it appears something is in the works. In fact, 2016 "will likely be about a few bigger moves than a lot of smaller ones," according to club president Brian Bilello.
. @EddiePitch understood. This season will likely be about a few bigger moves than a lot of smaller ones— Brian Bilello (@RevsPrez) January 7, 2016
The tweet comes a week after Bilello stated that the team is "looking to add 1-3 top of the roster type players." Bilello didn't give any specifics about the positions of those players or when they might arrive.
@NAGower looking to add 1-3 top of the roster type players this season, timing will be now but summer as well, not sure on any free agents— Brian Bilello (@RevsPrez) December 31, 2015
Earlier this off-season, general manager Michael Burns claimed that the Revs were scouting defenders and forwards. The team might also be searching for defensive midfielders depending on the status of Jermaine Jones.
The Revs currently have 19 of 28 roster spots filled. They also only employ one international, giving the them plenty of flexibility to add players from around the world.