The Jermaine Jones - MLS saga is finally over.
The 2014 USMNT World Cup star has signed with Major League Soccer, according to Alexi Lalas, who reported the news at halftime of today's Cascadia derby between the Seattle Sounders and Portland Timbers.
After a blind draw, due to equaled interest between the Chicago Fire and New England Revolution, Jones ended up moving to Foxboro.
Lalas provided details about Jones' contract, which will run for 1.5 years and weigh in at around $4.7 million per year.
Sports Illustrated's Brian Straus tweeted that the Revolution - and MLS - boosted their offer by a "few extra $100k" to make sure they obtained the midfielder's rights.
The Revolution beat Chivas USA 1-0 earlier today and don't play again until August 30, giving Jones a possible debut before the beginning of September and a playoff push.