New England Revolution

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Following the end of the 2022 Major League Soccer season, the New England Revolution exercised the contract options of nine players, bringing the club’s MLS roster to 24 players entering the 2022-23 MLS offseason.

The nine players who had their 2023 contract options exercised were D Jon Bell, GK Earl Edwards Jr., GK Jacob Jackson, D Henry Kessler, M Maciel, F Justin Rennicks, D Ben Reveno, M Damian Rivera, and D Ryan Spaulding.

The following 15 players entered the offseason with guaranteed contracts with New England for the 2023 season: F Jozy Altidore, M Esmir Bajraktarević, M Dylan Borrero, F Gustavo Bou, M Noel Buck, D Brandon Bye, D Andrew Farrell, M Carles Gil, D Omar Gonzalez, D DeJuan Jones, D/M Christian Makoun, M Tommy McNamara, GK Djordje Petrović, M Matt Polster, and F Giacomo Vrioni.

The Revolution did not exercise the contract options of four players: M Emmanuel Boateng, GK Clément Diop, M Wilfrid Kaptoum, and F Edward Kizza. Three additional players are out of contract with the club at the end of 2022: D A.J. DeLaGarza, M Nacho Gil, and GK Brad Knighton. The Revolution have until the MLS deadline of Nov. 14 to exercise or decline the option of F Ismael Tajouri-Shradi.

As a result of these moves, the Revolution enter the offseason with 24 players under guaranteed contracts for 2023, giving the club six open roster slots and three open International roster slots. The returning Revolution players will reconvene at the Socios.com Training Center in Foxborough on October 17 for two weeks of post-season training.

Midfielder Nacho Gil. (Courtesy New England Revolution)

Midfielder Nacho Gil. (Courtesy New England Revolution)

After the Audi 2022 MLS Cup Playoffs and 2022 MLS Cup on Saturday, Nov. 5, the MLS offseason calendar begins with a 24-hour trade window on Nov. 7, followed by the MLS Expansion Draft on Nov. 11 and the opening of free agency on Nov. 16. Click here to view the complete MLS offseason calendar.

Beginning in 2023, as part of the multiyear partnership between MLS and Apple, fans around the world will be able to watch all MLS and Leagues Cup 2023 games on the Apple TV app, which is available on Apple devices, smart TVs, streaming devices from Roku, Amazon, and Google, game consoles, and the web at tv.apple.com.

As an exclusive benefit, Revolution Season Members will receive a subscription to the MLS Streaming Service on Apple TV included with each full-season ticket account. Visit Revolutionsoccer.net or call 1-877-GET-REVS to learn more about becoming a Season Member.

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May 15, 2022; Atlanta, Georgia, USA; New England Revolution midfielder Carles Gil (10) heads the ball in front of Atlanta United defender Alex De John (3) during the second half at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

May 15, 2022; Atlanta, Georgia, USA; New England Revolution midfielder Carles Gil (10) heads the ball in front of Atlanta United defender Alex De John (3) during the second half at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Guaranteed Contracts for 2023 (15)

F Jozy Altidore
M Esmir Bajraktarevic (HGP)
M Dylan Borrero (U22, INT)
F Gustavo Bou (DP, INT)
M Noel Buck (HGP)
D Brandon Bye
D Andrew Farrell
M Carles Gil (DP, INT)
D Omar Gonzalez
D DeJuan Jones
D/M Christian Makoun
M Tommy McNamara
GK Djordje Petrovic (INT)
M Matt Polster
F Giacomo Vrioni (DP, INT)

2023 Options Exercised (9)

D Jon Bell
GK Earl Edwards Jr.
GK Jacob Jackson
D Henry Kessler
M Maciel (INT)
F Justin Rennicks (HGP)
D Ben Reveno
M Damian Rivera (HGP)
D Ryan Spaulding

2023 Options Declined (4)

M Emmanuel Boateng
GK Clément Diop
M Wilfrid Kaptoum (INT)
F Edward Kizza (INT)

Out of Contract after 2022 (3)

D A.J. DeLaGarza
M Nacho Gil (INT)
GK Brad Knighton

2023 Option Decisions to be Determined (1)

F Ismael Tajouri-Shradi