Adam Buksa among the top 10 most expensive transfers in MLS history
The New England Revolution agreed to transfer the Polish striker to Ligue 1 side RC Lens for a fee of $10 million.
Major League Soccer is starting to transfer more players to Europe’s top tier and Adam Buksa is the latest one to make the switch. It has been confirmed that the New England Revolution agreed to transfer the Polish striker to Ligue 1 side RC Lens for a fee of $10 million.
“After two-and-a-half years my time in New England has come to an end. I did my absolute best each and every day in order to become a better player and I hope you enjoyed watching me play throughout this period of time. I wish you nothing but the best for the future and a part of me says that it doesn’t necessarily have to be a goodbye message but rather a see you soon,” wrote Buksa in an open letter.
The Polish striker was the Revs’ leading scorer during the 2021 MLS regular season and helped the New England-based team to win their first Supporters’ Shield title that year.
The 25-year-old scored 29 goals and provided eight assists in 64 appearances across all competitions with the Revolution.
MLS most expensive transfers
1 - Miguel Almirón - Atlanta United to New Castle United ($26.4 million)
2 - Ricardo Pepi - FC Dallas to FC Augsburg ($20 million)
3 - Gonzalo Martínez - Atlanta United to Al Nassr ($17.6 million)
4 - Brenden Aaronson - Philadelphia Union to RB Salzburg ($15 million)
5 - Alphonso Davies - Vancouver Whitecaps to FC Bayern Munich ($11 million)
6 - Daryl Dike - Orlando City to West Bromwich Albion ($10 million)
7 - Adam Buksa - New England Revolution to Lens ($10 million)
8 - Jozy Altidore - New York Red Bulls to Villarreal ($8 million)
9 - Zack Steffen - Columbus Crew to Manchester City ($7.5 million)
10 - Kevin Paredes - DC United to Wolfsburg ($7.4 million)