Toronto FC announced today that the club has acquired $100,000 in General Allocation Money (GAM) from Inter Miami CF in exchange for midfielder Jay Chapman.
“Jay has been part of the club for a long time and we are wishing him nothing but the very best in his next endeavor. Having signed a homegrown contract in 2015, Jay has been part of teams over the years that have won a lot for the club,” said Toronto FC General Manager Ali Curtis. “While we believe the trade is good for TFC, it presents a solid opportunity for Jay to start a new chapter in his life and playing career. Jay will be missed but having been with both our academy and first team, he will always be part of the TFC family.”
Chapman, 25, originally signed with Toronto FC on January 15, 2015. In five seasons, he made a combined 88 appearances with six goals and five assists for Toronto FC in all competitions. Chapman was part of Toronto FC’s Treble winning team in 2017 and was also part of two other Canadian Championship winning teams (2016, 2018).
TRANSACTION: Toronto FC acquires $100,000 in General Allocation Money from Inter Miami CF in exchange for midfielder Jay Chapman.