Motagua, Bengtson's old club, has announced that the Honduran international will travel to Foxborough and join up with the Revolution.
"Striker Jerry Bengtson will travel tomorrow and submit to a medical examination in order to join his new team," a press release from the Central American squad read on Monday.
Bengtson will join the Revs on a permanent deal, agreeing to a four-year contract.
With Motagua, Bengtson bagged three scoring championships, and was called up by the Honduras national team in 2010. Bengtson was a starter on the team that reached the Gold Cup semifinals in 2011, before bowing out to Mexico in extra time.
Currently, Bengtson is training with the U-23 team that will participate in London for the 2012 Olympic Games, as the now former Motagua man was named one of the three overage players by manager Luis Fernando Suarez.
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