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Report: Jonathan Osorio signs contract extension with Toronto FC

The Canadian Press reports that the Reds’ leading scorer this year is here to stay.

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After a tough outing in Portland, Toronto FC fans are waking up to some better news this morning. According to a report from Neil Davidson of the Canadian Press, Jonathan Osorio will sign a new long-term contract to stay at BMO Field for the foreseeable future.

Osorio's future was a little up in the air, with clubs from all over the world reportedly showing interest in the Canadian midfielder in the midst of a career year. He’s scored 16 goals across all competitions this year, winning the Golden Boot in the CONCACAF Champions League and the George Gross Memorial Trophy as Canadian Championship MVP.

The 26-year-old Brampton native has decided to commit to the club he's been with pretty much his whole professional career; Oso has played 200 games for the Reds since joining the first team in 2013. It wasn't until 2018, though, that he asserted himself as an undroppable part of the squads attack.