MLS: Revs exercise permanent transfer for Tomas Chancalay


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The New England Revolution exercised the permanent transfer option for forward Tomas Chancalay on Tuesday.

Acquired on loan from Racing Club in his native Argentina in July, Chancalay is now signed as a designated player through the 2026 MLS season with an additional one-year club option.

Chancalay, 24, scored six goals in 11 matches (10 starts) with the Revolution.

“Tomas performed admirably in his first season in New England and possesses both the natural attacking instincts and technical prowess to be an elite attacking talent in our league,” Revs interim sporting director Curt Onalfo said. “Based on his productivity and performance during his first season with the Revolution, it was a straightforward decision to extend his time in New England. We look forward to watching Tomas continue to flourish with the Revolution in the years ahead.”

Chancalay has accumulated more than 40 goals and 20 assists across some 200 professional appearances with New England, Racing Club, Club Atletico Colon (Argentina) and Al-Wasl FC (United Arab Emirates).

–Field Level Media


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