Major League Soccer

LA Galaxy looking to sign Toronto FC midfielder Marky Delgado

He'll join his former coach Gregg Vanney and his former teammate Victor Vazquez.

The teams are waiting for the league's approval to make the transfer official.
The teams are waiting for the league's approval to make the transfer official.

The 2022 MLS Season will start in just over a month and teams are still figuring out the best possible roster to face the upcoming season. That’s the case with both Toronto FC and LA Galaxy, who are currently on negotiations to send Marky Delgado to Los Angeles.

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According to reports, both sides already agreed on a deal for the 26-year-old midfielder and are just waiting for the league’s approval to make the move official. Delgado will join his former teammate Victor Vazquez, with whom he played in Toronto in 2017, when the Reds were MLS Champions.

Although details of the deal haven’t transcended, the player will join the Galaxy in a trade acquired via Targeted Allocation Money. Delgado will also be reunited with Gregg Vanney, ho was his coach in Toronto until 2020, when he left to join LA Galaxy.

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Marky Delgado’s numbers with Toronto FC

Delgado joined Toronto FC out of Chivas USA after the latter ceased operations in 2014. During his 7-year stint with the Reds, the Mexican American midfielder played a total of 225 games, where he scored 17 goals and assisted 21 times.

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