Former Toronto FC veteran defender Drew Moor will be heading out of town.
The 35-year-old free-agent has opted to sign with the Colorado Rapids after the free agency window officially opened Monday afternoon following the 2019 MLS End-of-Year Waiver Draft.
Moor will reunite with former assistant coach Robin Fraser who is now the head coach in Colorado. In total, Fraser and Moor won three Canadian Championships, an MLS Cup, a Supporters Shield, and had a deep CONCACAF Champions League run during their span together in Toronto.
Moor joined Toronto FC as a free agent in 2016. He started just 11 games for the club last season, after appearing in only eight the year before due to injury. He made $375,000 in guaranteed compensation last year, meaning Toronto will certainly have more money to play with this offseason.
The Texas native spent seven seasons in Colorado prior to joining the Reds.