Toronto FC announced today that the club has re-signed Canadian international midfielder Jonathan Osorio to a three-year contract with a 2026 option using Targeted Allocation Money (TAM).
“Jonathan represents the club and the city, and we are proud to have one of the top Canadian players on our side," said Toronto FC President Bill Manning. "He is a true professional and a real competitor who wants to strive every year for trophies. His passion and love for Toronto FC represent what we are as a club, and we know he will contribute to further success.”
Osorio, 30, recently completed his 10th season with Toronto FC and is the club’s all-time leader in matches played with 318. The Toronto native made his 300th appearance for Toronto FC (all competitions) when he started against New York City FC on April 23, 2022, becoming the first player in club history to reach 300 matches. Since his debut with the team on March 9, 2013, Osorio has registered 58 goals in all competitions, ranking third in the club’s all-time top scorers behind Sebastian Giovinco (83) and Jozy Altidore (79).
"Ten years ago, my dream was to play for this club. Today, my dream is to make history with Toronto FC and take the club back to where it belongs," said Toronto FC midfielder Jonathan Osorio. "This club and city mean everything to me. I am excited to continue to play in the biggest games at BMO Field in front of our fans and compete to be successful and win trophies every year."
In 2018, Osorio experienced the best year of his career, scoring a career-high nine goals in 23 MLS matches and 16 goals in 35 matches across all competitions. During Toronto FC’s run to the 2018 Concacaf Champions League finals, he earned the Golden Boot award and was named to the tournament’s Best XI after scoring four goals in eight matches. The same year, Osorio was named tournament MVP earning the George Gross Memorial Trophy as Toronto FC won the 2018 Canadian Championship.
In 10 seasons with Toronto FC, Osorio has raised nine trophies including one MLS Cup (2017), three Eastern Conference Championships (2016, 2017, 2019), one MLS Supporters’ Shield (2017) and four Canadian Championships (2016, 2017, 2018, 2020). Osorio was a key member in the most successful season in MLS history, when the Reds captured the Canadian Championship, the MLS Supporters’ Shield and MLS Cup in 2017. Across all competitions with TFC, Osorio has 58 goals and 46 assists. Osorio originally joined Toronto FC on March 1, 2013, after spending pre-season with the club.
"I have enjoyed working with Jonathan this past season, and I'm excited to know he's returning to the club for the long-term," said Toronto FC Head Coach and Sporting Director Bob Bradley. "Everyone knows what Jonathan has done for the club. He has established himself as a leader on and off the field. His work ethic and commitment to the club are important to us moving forward."
Osorio most recently represented Canada Men’s National Team (CMNT) at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, making three appearances in the group stage. The Toronto native has become a mainstay for the CMNT and played a key role in the qualifiers that saw Canada finish top of the Concacaf qualifying region on 28 points. Since making his debut on May 28, 2013, Osorio has made 60 appearances for the CMNT and registered seven goals and seven assists.
TRANSACTION: Toronto FC re-sign midfielder Jonathan Osorio to a three-year contract with a 2026 option using Targeted Allocation Money (TAM).