New England Revolution striker Adam Buksa is being linked with Pisa SC of Serie B, the second division of Italian football. Pisa is reportedly offering the Revs $9.5-$10M for the goal-scorer.
Buksa has been on a tear in the past year, both on the club and international level. The deal would be a massive profit for the Revs, and having already sold Tajon Buchanan officially for $7M, New England could bring in some huge money, and with that, big-name players.
The striker also rejected a move to Leicester, the Premier League Club, not too long ago.
Buksa underperformed as a designated player in 2020, scoring seven goals in 28 appearances. This season, Buksa more than doubled his total to 17 goals, in just four more games. In five Polish National Team appearances, he has scored five goals, including a hat trick against San Marino.
The 25-year-old has made it clear he would like a return to Europe, and this may be a hold chance to do so. Pisa sits in first place in the league, meaning they are already well on their way to promotion to one of the world’s top five leagues.
On the other hand, the Revs have been pretty quiet in the transfer window, although the big move has been the addition of midfielder Sebastian Lletget. Scott Caldwell will leave for Real Salt Lake, and Luis Caicedo will return home to Colombia. Omar Gonzalez was brought in for some veteran center-back depth. Christian Mafla has also been involved in rumors regarding a return to Colombia, which would open up an international slot.
Otherwise, the transfer news has been pretty quiet, with player report day already upon us. The front office will need to act soon if they plan on getting players integrated into the team prior to the commencement of the 2022 season.