Perhaps Juan Agudelo will regain his scoring production in Canada. (Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports)
Two players were selected on Tuesday in Stage 2 of the MLS Re-Entry Process Tuesday.
FC Cincinnati selected former Seattle Sounders FC defender Saad Abdul-Salaam and Toronto FC selected former New England Revolution forward Juan Agudelo, who started his career with the Red Bulls.
Agudelo endured a disappointing 2019 season with New England, scoring three goals and added two assists in 1,954 minutes over 21 starts and 28 games.
Following this final postseason roster mechanism, all eligible players who were not selected during the end-of-year waivers process, Stage 1, or Stage 2 of the Re-Entry Process, are available to all teams on a first-come, first served basis.
Re-Entry Process, Stage 2 Results
|Player Name||Selecting MLS Club|
|Saad Abdul-Salaam (Seattle Sounders FC)||FC Cincinnati|
|Juan Agudelo (New England Revolution)||Toronto FC|