The Red Bulls have added defender Kyle Duncan on loan from K.V. Oostende until the end of the season, the MLS club announced on Friday.

Duncan, who turns 25 on Monday, spent the last six months with K.V. Oostende after completing a transfer from New York to the Belgian side on Jan. 1. He made seven appearances and logged 532 minutes played.

“We are excited to bring Kyle back on loan for the rest of the season,” Sporting Director Denis Hamlett said. “He has vast experience in the league, and we are happy that we can bring someone in that is familiar with the system of football that we play.”

The Brooklyn, N.Y. native spent the previous four seasons with the Red Bulls, where he made 72 MLS appearances and contributed five goals and ten assists. Duncan played 32 matches, including 27 starts, and tallied one goal and two assists in 2021. The defender was a member of the 2018 Supporters Shield winning team.

“I am happy to have Kyle back with us,” head coach Gerhard Struber said in a statment. “Kyle knows the way we want to play from his time with us the past couple years and we are excited to see what he can bring to our team for the rest of the year.”

Duncan has represented the U.S. at all levels, including the senior national team. He made his USMNT debut on Dec. 9, 2020, coming on as a substitute in a 6-0 victory against El Salvador.