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Transparency from Arena "means the world" to Turner as he signs new deal with Revs

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – When New England Revolution goalkeeper Matt Turner re-signed with the club earlier this week, he described his emotions simply: “It just felt right.”

Turner’s new contract follows a standout 2020 season, as he led the Revs to a new club record for lowest goals against average in a year (1.08 GAA), set a new personal record with six shutouts in a single season, and capped it off by earning both Revolution Players’ Player of the Year as well as Team MVP.

The 26-year-old’s efforts are not only reflected in his statistics and accolades, but also by the action of sporting director and head coach Bruce Arena offering Turner a new contract – especially given that the goalkeeper had re-signed with the club just last year.