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Michael Bradley signs new deal to remain with Toronto FC

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.

"I feel so attached...

Way-too-early look at MLS in 2020: Beckham's Miami or Nashville to reach playoffs, LAFC to win it all

Well, that was fun. The 2019 Major League Soccer season finished Sunday afternoon with a comprehensive 3-1 Seattle Sounders win over Toronto FC in front of nearly 70,000 fans at CenturyLink Field. Another year gone. Sad face. But also: Happy face, because it's never too early to start thinking about 2020. The transfers! The trades! The youth movement! The coming collective bargaining chaos!

Here are 10 things that definitely, 100%, bet-your-condo-on-them will happen next year.

Miami or Nashville...

Christian Pulisic, Michael Bradley left out of U.S. Nations League squad

Shaka Hislop examines whether Chelsea have joined the title race after their sixth straight Premier League win.

Christian Pulisic and Michael Bradley have both been ruled out of the upcoming CONCACAF Nations League matches against Canada and Cuba.

U.S. manager Gregg Berhalter named his 23-man roster on Monday, and while initially there was some hope that Pulisic might still take part, the hip injury he picked up in Chelsea's 2-0 win over Crystal Palace has prevented him from participating. Bradley sustained an ankle injury playing for Toronto in Sunday's MLS Cup final loss to the Seattle Sounders, thus ruling...

Bradley and Morris too slow, get 4/10 as U.S. lose Gold Cup final to Mexico

The rebuild for the United States finally hit a wall on Sunday in the Gold Cup final with a 1-0 loss to Mexico in Chicago.

Jonathan dos Santos' second-half goal was the difference, while Gregg Berhalter's first competitive tournament as USMNT manager ends with a handful of positives and a host of bigger questions.


The Americans came out on the front foot in the first half and looked to be the better team for large stretches of the opening stanza. Via Jozy Altidore's hold-up play and Christian...

Pulisic, Bradley won't play vs. Venezuela - Berhalter

CINCINNATI -- United States manager Gregg Berhalter said he'll field a starting 11 that is closer to his preferred lineup in Sunday's final pre-Gold Cup tune-up against Venezuela, but that neither Christian Pulisic nor Michael Bradley will play in the match.

Pulisic trained with the team for the first time on Friday after taking a two-week break. Bradley has been nursing a hamstring injury, but has been a full participant in training.

"With Christian, it's that he just got into camp," Berhalter...

Christian Pulisic, Michael Bradley 7/10 as U.S. battle for draw vs. Chile

Facing the best team yet in the Gregg Berhalter era, the United States weathered a storm of pressure to salvage a 1-1 draw on Tuesday at BBVA Compass Stadium. The game was a significant test of Berhalter's process and will provide plenty of data for the new American boss.


With the starting lineup on the field, the United States managed to put together several good attacking moves. The opening goal from Christian Pulisic came from a good touch from Gyasi Zardes, pointing to the possibilities...