Toronto FC II announced Wednesday that the club has signed midfielder Liam Fraser to a USL contract. As per club and league policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
“We are pleased to add another graduate from the Kia Toronto FC Academy to our roster,” said Toronto FC II Head Coach Jason Bent. “When called up from the senior team last season, he displayed qualities we are looking for in a young professional. We look forward to his continued progression this season.”
Fraser, 17, appeared in 10 matches, starting in seven, while logging 668 minutes during the 2015 USL regular season for Toronto FC II as a call up from the Kia Toronto FC Senior Academy team. He made his professional debut for Toronto FC II on June 6 vs Harrisburg City Islanders.
Fraser becomes the ninth player from the Academy to sign a professional contract with Toronto FC II since the team’s inception in 2015. He originally joined the Kia Toronto FC Academy in January 2013. He was called into the Canadian Men’s U-20 development camp in Ontario from August 30 till November 6, 2015.