Luis Robles is looking for a new team.
Former Red Bulls goalkeeper Luis Robles and forward Juan Agudelo are looking for new teams.
Their contract options were declined by Inter Miami CF Thursday.
They could return to Miami as the club, in a press release, said that “conversations regarding the return of certain players … are ongoing.”
Miami did not say which players it were involved.
Robles played for the Red Bulls from 2012-2019 before he became a free agent. He played in 15 matches this season, registering a 1.67 goals-against average. His season was ended when he suffered a fractured left arm after New York City FC midfielder Gary Mackay-Steven collided with the veteran goalkeeper two minutes into stoppage time in a 3-2 Miami loss Oct. 3.
Agudelo started his career with the Red Bulls in 2010. He also has played for Chivas USA and New England Revolution in Major League Soccer. Augelo scored three goals in 842 minutes over nine starts and 14 matches.
The MLS offseason officially begins on Sunday, Dec. 13 at 9 a.m. with the Half-Day Trade Window. The MLS expansion draft for newcomers Austin FC is set for Tuesday, Dec. 15, while the end-of-year waivers and MLS free agency open Wednesday, Dec. 16. MLS will announce the lists of players eligible for these postseason roster mechanisms in advance.