The New England Revolution signed Kelyn Rowe on Wednesday, bringing the midfielder back for a second stint with the club.
Rowe played for the Revolution from 2012-18 before splitting last season with Sporting Kansas City and Real Salt Lake.
Rowe, who turned 28 on Monday, recently had his contract option declined by Salt Lake.
"Kelyn is a talented player with valuable experience in this league," Revolution coach Bruce Arena said in a news release. "We are pleased to bring him back to New England and look forward to his contributions on and off the field next season."
Rowe ranks 10th in Revolution history with 29 goals and is tied for fourth with 40 assists.
He didn't fare well last season, failing to score a goal in 18 matches (14 with Sporting KC and four with RSL). He had two assists.
"New England is a special place to me that feels like home and I'm happy for the opportunity to represent the Revolution again," Rowe said in a news release. "I'm also very excited to work with Bruce. He had me briefly when I was at my best and wants to push me to become greater next season."
Rowe made four appearances for the U.S. Men's National Team in 2017 while Arena was coach.
Rowe was traded to Sporting KC following the 2018 season as part of a three-way trade with the Colorado Rapids. He was dealt to Real Salt Lake in August.
--Field Level Media