The well-traveled midfielder returns to the MLS club that originally drafted him in 2004.The New England Revolution have signed midfielder Jeremiah White. He will be formally added to the team’s roster upon receipt of his International Transfer Certificate and is expected to join the team for training next week. Per league policy, further contract details were not released.
White, 29, was on trial with the team during preseason and was most recently a member of Poland’s GKS Belchatow.
“Jeremiah is an out-and-out attacking player who we believe can help us stretch defenses with his speed and ability to beat defenders in one-on-one situations, especially out wide,” Revolution General Manager Michael Burns said.
The Revolution originally drafted White in the third round (23rd overall) of the 2004 MLS SuperDraft, but White pursued playing options abroad instead of signing with MLS.
In his career, White played for Serbia’s OFK Beograd, Greece’s Panserraikos, France’s FC Gueugnon, Danish side Aarhus, and Saudi Arabian club Al-Ettifaq before moving to Poland.
White has one cap with the U.S. national team, which he earned in January 2008.
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