Diego Fagúndez may have played his final game with the New England Revolution.
The 25-year-old is now exploring his options in free agency following the Revs' Eastern Conference Final loss to the Columbus Crew SC. Head coach Bruce Arena spoke about Fagúndez's uncertain future Wednesday on 98.5 The Sports Hub's "Zolak & Bertrand," and he didn't sound too optimistic about him re-signing.
"Well, Diego's a free agent ... He has the opportunity to look elsewhere, which he is," Arena said. "We made him what I thought was a good contract offer about a month or two ago that he rejected, so he's going to test the waters. There's a chance he could always be back, but I believe that he'll look to go elsewhere."
Fagúndez also took to Instagram on Tuesday to bid farewell to Revs Nation:
Fagúndez joined the Revolution in 2010 and has spent all 10 years of his MLS career in New England. In 261 appearances, the Uruguayan midfielder racked up 53 goals.