SEATTLE (AP) — When Michael Bradley left Italy and returned to Major League Soccer to join Toronto FC, he was the secondary attraction. Most of the attention was on Toronto’s simultaneous acquisition of striker Jermain Defoe.
Six seasons later, Defoe is long gone and Bradley is secondary to no one in Toronto. For the third time since making the move back to MLS in 2014, Bradley will captain Toronto in the MLS Cup final Sunday against the Seattle Sounders.
As much as Bradley has become synonymous with Toronto, there is a bit of lingering unknown about the 32-year-old midfielder. His contract with Toronto is thought to be expiring at the end of the season, although a report this