The New England Revolution have announced that they have acquired Colombian midfielder Juan Toja via Major League Soccer's allocation process. Counting as an international player, terms of Toja's deal were not disclosed.
“We’re pleased to add a player of Juan’s skill and experience through the Allocation Process, and we’re looking forward to getting Juan in with the team as soon as possible,” General Manager Michael Burns said. “He’s not only played in MLS and is familiar with the league, but he’s also been very successful in MLS. We believe he’ll be a valuable player for us.”
Toja, 27, spent the 2007 season and half of 2008 with FC Dallas before transferring to Steaua Bucaresti, where he made 51 appearances scoring three goals and adding five assists. Most recently, he's been with Greek club Aris.
The Colombian has also been capped by his full national team on three occasions.
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