The Revolution may be losing Adam Buksa

BOSTON — The days of Adam Buksa putting heads home for the New England Revolution may be over.

Buksa has been New England’s best player this season, but he may have already played his last game for the club. Buksa is reportedly set to leave New England for French soccer club Racing Club de Lens.

The Revs are on international break until June 12, but with France‘s transfer window opening on June 10, Buksa may not play another game in a New England kit. New England are expected to receive around $6.5 million for the Polish forward.

Buksa broke out for New England last season, scoring 16 goals in 31 appearances to help the Revs win the 2021 Supporters’ Shield. It sparked rumors and transfer demands in January, but nothing materialized .

He carried his success through 2022, scoring seven goals while providing two assists in 10 MLS appearances for New England. In 64 career appearances with the Revs, Buksa had 29 goals and eight assists.

Buksa’s departure would be another defeat for the New England Supporters’ Shield-winning club. Tajon Buchanan left the Revs after last season to join Club Brugge of the Belgian Pro League, and goalkeeper Matt Turner is set to join Arsenal on July 1.

New England is currently 4-5-4 this season, sitting 11th in the Eastern Conference.