Toronto FC’s win yesterday against Montreal Impact gave the Canadian team some fresh air in their struggle to end the highest as possible in the Major League Soccer regular season standings. However, the seek of reinforcing the team is still on and a new name appeared: Tony Gallacher.
The 21-years-old left back is one of the promises of Scottish soccer. He played for three youth National teams; the U16, U17 and U19. After several great performances, he attracted one of the biggest soccer clubs in the world: Liverpool FC. Last year’s world club champions bought his soccer rights in $250,000 to Falkirk FC.
In Jürgen Klopp’s team he hasn’t had much participation yet as his spot is occupied by one of the best defenders in the world: Andrew Robertson. Moreover, his only match was a League Cup humilliating defeat by five goals against Aston Villa FC. In this way, Gallacher is looking for continuity and Toronto FC would be specially interested in taking advantage of his interesting future.