Reports: New England Revolution striker Adam Buksa to join Ligue 1 side RC Lens
“I’m sure we’ll be sorting through a variety of offers over the next two weeks or so for the transfer window in Europe,” Arena told media. “So we’ll have to wait and see what happens with those kinds of offers and if we’ll accept them or whatever. But he’s wanted, and obviously his stints with the Polish national team are helpful and he’ll probably play in the [2022 FIFA] World Cup. So it will generate some interest.
Poland qualified for the World Cup this fall and Buksa, who arrived in New England as a $4 million Designated Player in 2020 from Ekstraklasa Pogoń Szczecin’s side, is expected to be on their listing.
He broke out a year ago with 16 goals and four assists in 31 appearances to help New England win the 2021 Supporters’ Shield and was the subject of transfer rumors in January, heavily linked to the team of Serie B Pisa (Italy), across the numbers were much smaller than the reported $9.5 deal that leaked.
ESPN’s Taylor Twellman reported this winter that the Revs were looking for $10-15 million for the star forward.
This season, Buksa has seven goals and two assists in 10 regular season appearances for New England, which has struggled to get out of the gate and sits 11th in the Eastern Conference standings with 16 points. in 13 games.