U.S. international midfielder Michael Bradley has re-signed with Toronto FC, the club announced on Thursday..
Bradley, 32, signed his new contract with the help of Targeted Allocation Money. Bradley's previous deal, a lucrative Designated Player contract that he signed back in 2014, paid him an average of $6.5 million per year, but that deal expired at the end of the 2019 campaign, thus freeing up a DP slot.
The new deal will likely see the TFC captain retire in Toronto colors.
Former U.S. international forward Juan Agudelo was one of two players chosen in Stage 2 of the MLS Re-Entry Draft, landing with Toronto FC.
The other player selected was Seattle Sounders defender Saad Abdul-Salaam, who was snapped up by FC Cincinnati.
The Re-Entry Draft is for those players whose contract has expired or whose option was not exercised by their previous club. Both Agudelo and Abdul-Salaam fell into the latter category, and will now enter into contract negotiations with their...