The New England Revolution’s latest signing has arrived in Foxboro.
On Apr. 22, the Revs announced that 20-year-old midfielder Dylan Borrero had signed a three-year contract with a one-year club option. The Colombian was transferred from Clube Atletico Mineiro of Brazil. Borrero had to wait until he received his P-1 visa and International Transfer Certificate before he could travel to the United States.
Borrero live-streamed a walk around Patriot Place on Friday, indicating that he’s ready to join his new club. Of course, this doesn’t mean that he’ll be playing for the Revs right away. Head coach Bruce Arena told the media that Borrero will be assessed once he begins training.
Borrero is walking towards Gillette Stadium #NERevs pic.twitter.com/Wn1QLk6i3s— Seth (@SethMan31) May 13, 2022
“I think we need to wait and see with everything,” Arena said about Borrero. “Once you get in here physically, and we see how we adjusts we’ll make up a plan, but right now we don’t have a plan.”
Borrero trained with the Revs on Saturday, according to the team’s official Twitter account. He was also spotted boarding the plane that was heading to Atlanta.
Dylan Borrero has landed pic.twitter.com/LYfBX5clFX— New England Revolution (@NERevolution) May 14, 2022
The Revolution play Atlanta United on Sunday. After that, they’ll have a week to prepare for their visit to Cincinnati.
This article was updated at 3:40 pm on May 14.