Former RSL forward Bobby Wood signs with New England Revolution

The 30-year-old scored six goals for Real Salt Lake over the past two years.

(Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) Real Salt Lake forward Bobby Wood (7) falls, defended by Colorado Rapids defender Danny Wilson (4) as Real Salt Lake hosts the Colorado Rapids, MLS Soccer at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy on Saturday, July 24, 2021.

Foxborough, Mass. • Former Real Salt Lake and U.S. national team forward Bobby Wood agreed Monday to a one-year contract with Major League Soccer’s New England Revolution.

The deal includes a 2024 team option.

The 30-year-old from Hawaii, selected in stage two of last week’s reentry draft, scored five goals in 31 regular-season appearances with Real Salt Lake during the past two seasons plus a goal in the playoffs.

He played in Germany with 1860 Munich, Erzgebirge Aue, Union Berlin, Hamburg and Hannover.

Wood had five goals in 14 appearances for the United States from 2013-18, including six games while current Revs coach Bruce Arena led the national team in 2017.