The New England Revolution surprised by presenting an offer of $1.6 million to Bordeaux for Honduran forward Alberth Elis. However, the plot takes on suspenseful twists as the French club shows no signs of yielding, aiming for a more substantial proposal.
Elis, 27, made his mark in American soccer during his time with the Houston Dynamo from 2017 to 2020, accumulating an impressive total of 35 goals. Now, negotiations are heating up, with the Revolution seeking to strengthen their squad and Bordeaux staunchly defending their interests.
The plot gains additional nuances with the revelation that the player is also on the radar of Liga MX, adding an element of international competition to the saga. Mexican teams are looking to attract the talented forward, increasing the pressure on Bordeaux and the Revolution to secure his signature.
The New England Revolution's initial offer raises questions about the club's negotiation strategy and how Bordeaux will respond to this proposal. Will the French club accept the offered amount, or will we await a plot twist with a better offer?