The MLS club has signed the 26-year old midfielder from Italian club AS Roma as a Designated Player, unveiling him at a media conference alongside fellow signee Jermain Defoe who has joined from Tottenham.
"To acquire a star midfielder like Michael Bradley, seen by many as the top American player in the world, alongside a premier striker in Jermain Defoe, makes this a groundbreaking day for Toronto FC and for Major League Soccer," said owner of the Canadian club, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment President and CEO Tim Leiweke.
"We have worked hard this off-season to deliver a winning team to our fans and I would like to thank AS Roma and MLSE ownership for their commitment and support . This is an exciting day for Toronto FC fans and we can't wait to start the season."
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