MIAMI, Fla. – Former Red Bulls midfielder Vincent Bezecourt Tuesday signed with Miami FC for the USL Championship season.

The signing is subject to U.S. Soccer Federation approval.

Originally from France, the 26-year-old Bezecourt has spent his entire professional career as a member of the Red Bulls, having signed with Red Bull II in 2016. He was a standout at St. Francis College Brooklyn.

He has made more 60 appearances for Red Bull II, scoring 18 goals and recording 23 assists. Bezecourt was a member of the 2016 USL Cup winning side while also reaching the Eastern Conference final in 2017 and 2018.

“Vincent is a great addition to The Miami FC,” head coach Nelson Vargas said. “He’s technically very good and will bring another dimension to our team. He’s played at a top-notch organization that is New York Red Bulls and we’re eager to get him here.”

Bezecourt made 22 MLS appearances with the Red Bulls, nine in 2018, when Red Bulls won the MLS Supporter Shield.

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