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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Jozy Altidore says he wasn't forced into returning to MLS

Our experts weigh in on the motives behind a potential strike in the MLS.

U.S. striker Jozy Altidore says he had "options" to keep playing in Europe and was not forced to join Toronto FC during the winter transfer window last month.

After more than six seasons overseas, Altidore will return to Major League Soccer when the season begins next month.

With only one Premier League goal in a dismal 18 months with Sunderland, Altidore was unlikely to stay at the Stadium of Light, and had been linked to clubs inluding Lille in France and Bundesliga sides Werder Bremen and...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Toronto FC loan excess designated player Gilberto to Vasco da Gama

Gilberto will play in Brazil this season after scoring seven times in MLS last year.

Toronto FC have loaned designated player Gilberto to Vasco da Gama in Brazil, the MLS side announced on Friday.

With the additions of Jozy Altidore and Sebastian Giovinco this offseason, Toronto had four designated players -- one over the MLS limit -- and so needed to unload Gilberto, who signed before last season from Internacional.

The decision to move Gilberto was an easy one as the Brazilian stiker's $1.2 million salary was a fraction of of Toronto's other DPs. Altidore, Giovinco and Michael...

Michael Bradley appointed Toronto FC captain, replacing Steven Caldwell

Toronto FC will hope Michael Bradley can net a few more stunners this season like he did against Panama on Sunday.

Michael Bradley has been named as the new captain of Toronto FC, the MLS side has announced.

Bradley, 27, becomes the seventh player to wear the armband after taking over the role from defender Steven Caldwell, who remains at the club.

"I am extremely proud and excited," the U.S. international midfielder told the official MLS website.

"The first thing is to talk about Steven Caldwell and what a great player and leader he's been since I came to the club. Knowing him, he will continue to be that in...