Toronto FC gets US$75,000 from the Colorado Rapids in re-entry draft deal

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Toronto FC acquired US$75,000 in general allocation money from the Colorado Rapids in a deal Thursday that also saw the two clubs swap positions in both the re-entry draft and waiver order.

The trade netted Colorado the second pick in both. The Rapids then used the re-entry draft selection to take Honduran international midfielder Bryan Acosta. previously with FC Dallas.

Dallas opted not to exercise the contract option on Acosta. a designated player who made US$700,000 last season.

Toronto took over the 22nd position in the re-entry draft (Stage 2), but did not make a selection.


This report by The Canadian Press was first published Dec. 23, 2021

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