Former Toronto FC defender/midfielder Danleigh Borman is on the move to the New England Revolution.
Borman was one of three players selected in Stage 1 of the Major League Soccer Re-Entry Draft on Monday.
Since Borman does not have a contract, the MLS will extend an offer for him to play for the Revolution, which he will have the option of accepting or declining. The offer will be for no less than his 2011 salary.
Arturo Alvarez was taken by Chivas USA after a season with Real Salt Lake, while Carlos Mendes leaves New York for the Columbus Crew.
The 25-year-old Borman will join his third team this year. He began the season with New York before he was acquired by Toronto FC as part of the Dwayne De Rosario trade in April.
Stage 2 of the MLS Re-Entry Draft is Dec. 12.