FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution forward Juan Agudelo underwent a successful minor procedure to reduce a small facial bone fracture at Massachusetts General Hospital on Friday. Agudelo is not expected to miss significant time and is likely to resume training in full when the Revolution return to Tucson, Ariz. on Feb. 13 for the remainder of the club’s preseason.
The Barnegat, N.J. native suffered the fracture during the first half of the United States Men’s National Team’s match against Jamaica on Friday, Feb. 3. Agudelo made two appearances, including one start, with the USMNT in its initial camp of 2017. He has collected 23 caps and three goals for his international career.
For the Revolution in 2016, Agudelo matched his career high with seven goals and added a career-high five assists in 24 appearances, earning the team’s Golden Boot Award following the season. He finished the MLS regular season at a torrid pace, recording four goals and three assists in the Revolution’s final seven League matches.