Inter Miami signed midfielder Bryce Duke to a contract extension through the 2025 season.
The deal announced Thursday includes an option for 2026.
Duke, 22, has made three appearances as a substitute this season after tallying a goal and seven assists in 28 MLS matches (16 starts) in his first year with Miami in 2022.
“Bryce is a dynamic young talent and we’re excited to keep him with us,” sporting director Chris Henderson said in a press release. “Since he arrived here he has steadily and consistently improved. We’re looking forward to helping him along his continued upward trajectory with Inter Miami.”
Acquired in a January 2022 trade with Los Angeles FC, Duke has one goal and 10 assists in 57 games (21 starts) for LAFC (2020-21) and Miami.
–Field Level Media
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