Dutch Under 20 national team goalkeeper Wouter Dronkers spent the past three seasons with Vitesse Arnhem of the Eredivisie, the top professional league in the Netherlands.
He made one appearance for Boston City, the opening day home defeat to the New York Cosmos.
Dronkers has also played with FC Twente, where he was part of the club’s UEFA Europa League squad, while the club was managed by former England boss Steve McClaren, who guided Twente to the Dutch title and won the Johan Cruyff Shield, also known as the Dutch Super Cup.
Dronkers has represented the Dutch national team level at every age group from Under 15s to Under 20s and was coached by former Manchester United goalkeeper Raimond van de Gouw at Vitesse. During his time there, he played alongside American international defender Matt Miazga and won the Dutch League Cup in 2017.
The 24-year-old is combining his soccer career with doing research at the Boston Children’s Hospital and the Harvard Medical School, as a fourth-year medical student from the Erasmus University Rotterdam, pursuing life as a surgeon after his soccer career.