The Revolution have lost players to Europe in recent seasons -- Clint Dempsey (Fulham), Andy Dorman (St. Mirren), Pat Noonan (Aalesund), and Michael Parkhurst (Nordsjaelland); and Shalrie Joseph and Taylor Twellman have had multiple offers to depart. The next to go could be Jeff Larentowicz.
"I've waited out this contract and I haven't shut any doors," Larentowicz said before the Revolution met the New York Red Bulls at Giants Stadium Friday night. "I've loved my time here and it's been great. So that I have every possible option, going forward. I'm going to make the best of the situation for me. There could be some options in Europe. There's no doors that are closed."
Larentowicz' minimum salary contract, worth less than $40,000 annually, expires this year. His best chance for an overseas offer could come from a Scandinanvian club.
Larentowicz became a starter as a defensive midfielder in a 3-5-2 alignment in 2006 and has remained in supporting role, scoring seven goals in 104 games.
"I've started every single game we've had and if I wasn't playing well they would take me out," Larentowicz said. "If they were looking for something else at the position they would have gone for someone else."
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