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MLS 2022: Ranking the top five Designated Player signings including Lorenzo Insigne and Douglas Costa

A new MLS season means a boatload of new talent for the league to show off with action getting underway this weekend. While there were some key departures like Ricardo Pepi, Daryl Dike, Kevin Paredes, Tajon Buchanan and Eduard Atuesta, teams have managed to reload and on paper improve, with a mixture of established European stars or ex-European stars and more top-level prospects from South America.
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What you should think about Lorenzo Insigne signing with Toronto FC

Well, it’s finally happening. Lorenzo Insigne is destined to be a Toronto FC player with an average reported salary of $15m per season. This is one of the biggest signings in league history, rivalling the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Carlos Vela, Andrea Pirlo, and the numerous other European stars that have come to MLS from Europe near the end of their careers.

The Real Figures Behind Toronto FC MLS-Record Deal With Lorenzo Insigne

Lorenzo Insigne is the latest European soccer player to make the jump to Major League Soccer after agreeing to a sensational deal with Toronto FC on Saturday. “Toronto FC announced today that Italian international winger Lorenzo Insigne has signed a pre-contract to join the club on a four-year deal to begin on July 1, 2022. He will be added to the roster as a Designated Player”, an official statement on FC Toronto website confirmed.

Lorenzo Insigne subbed off early with Napoli due to injury

A day after signing a landmark four-year deal with Toronto FC, Lorenzo Insigne went down with an apparent lower-body injury as he was subbed off in the 29th-minute of Napoli's 1-0 win over Sampdoria in Serie A on Sunday. Insigne, 30, will join TFC on July 1 after completing his...
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Lorenzo Insigne transfer: Toronto FC sign agree to MLS-record contract, but will it be worth it?

After a season during which Toronto FC finished second to last in the Eastern Conference, the winds of change are blowing through the Six. Bob Bradley, after leaving LAFC, is back in as coach and sporting director meaning that he will be responsible for everything from the roster decisions to the lineup. As Toronto figures out what to do with their designated player spots, they've started by signing Italian international Lorenzo Insigne from Napoli with him joining during the summer transfer window.

Lorenzo Insigne: Toronto FC to sign Napoli captain on free transfer in July

Napoli's Lorenzo Insigne will become the highest paid Major League Soccer player ever after agreeing to join Toronto FC on a free transfer. He will earn a reported $15m (£11m) per year, beating Zlatan Ibrahimovic's $7.2m salary at LA Galaxy. The 30-year-old was part of the Italy side that...

Toronto FC sign Lorenzo Insigne from Napoli in blockbuster deal

Major League Soccer has a new superstar. Lorenzo Insigne rubber-stamped his remarkable transfer to Toronto FC on Saturday, signing a four-year contract reportedly worth an MLS record €11.5 million per season before bonuses. The Italian winger's TFC spell will begin July 1 following the expiration of his Napoli deal.

Lorenzo Insigne to leave Napoli after 15 years, join Toronto in MLS

Italy winger Lorenzo Insigne will end his 15-year association with Napoli at the end of the season after signing a pre-contract agreement with Toronto FC in Major League Soccer. Insigne will join Toronto on a four-year deal starting July 1, the team said Saturday. The 30-year-old Insigne, one of Italy's...