Colorado Rapids have signed Gabriel Torres from Panamanian club San Francisco.
Torres becomes the Rapids' first Designated Player.
â€śIâ€™m happy to join the Colorado Rapids, and I will give my all to this club,â€ť Torres said in a statement on Thursday. â€śCoach [Oscar Pareja] has had confidence in me from the beginning. He told me about the team and the project, and that got my attention. Itâ€™s why Iâ€™m here, looking to do the right things. Iâ€™ll give my best to this organization and look to score many goals to help us win games.â€ť
â€śSigning Gabriel Torres as our clubâ€™s first Designated Player is a historic moment, but itâ€™s most exciting because heâ€™s the right player to help this team win,â€ť Bravo said in a statement. â€śWe want to thank the senior management at Kroenke Sports & Entertainment and Stan Kroenke for their support in bringing Torres to Colorado. Weâ€™re excited for him to join the squad.â€ť
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