Atlanta United has announced that it has re-signed midfielder Jeff Larentowicz for the upcoming 2020 season.
Larentowicz has been with United since its inaugural season in 2017 and became a key player in Frank De Boer’s system towards the end of the 2019 season and the playoffs.
Larentowicz also scored the tying goal for Atlanta in Campeones Cup against Mexico’s Club America.
“Jeff has played an important role for our team over the past three seasons and we’re pleased to have re-signed him,” said Atlanta United Vice President and Technical Director Carlos Bocanegra. “Since joining the club, he has been a consummate professional and his experience and leadership have been invaluable for our group.”
The California native has played in Major League Soccer since 2015 and has played for multiple teams such as the New England Revolution, Colorado Rapids and LA Galaxy.
Larentowicz has appeared in 418 MLS games, third in history, and has started in 386 games.