Talks underway for Adam Buksa as New England Revolution expect transfer offers soon

Poland qualified for the World Cup this fall and Buksa should be on their list. Buksa arrived in New England as a 2020 $4 million Designated Player from Ekstraklasa side Pogoń Szczecin.

After a breakout season of 16g/4y in 31 appearances (21 starts) in the 2021 Supporters Shield winning campaign, reports have emerged that Buksa has been a target for a number of teams across Europe during the January transfer window, but that didn’t materialize. to a ton of offers. He was most heavily linked with Serie B side Pisa (Italy), although the numbers were well below the leaked reported $9.5 deal.

ESPN’s Taylor Twellman reported on the Atlanta United v New England broadcast last weekend that French clubs are eyeing Buksa this summer. Twellman also reported this winter that the Revs were looking for $10-15 million for the star forward.

Buksa, 25, has scored in each of his last five league appearances and is 6g/2a in nine appearances (eight starts) this season. With Poland, he has five goals from seven caps and was named on their latest list for Nations League matches in June.

“First, [Buksa] playing well,” Arena said. “He scored an incredible goal for the first goal in Atlanta, not that the second was not a big goal, but two goals with his feet, which was unusual this year. So a real plus for him. He’s doing better and there’s still interest in him.”