TRANSFER TRACKER STATUS: Signing
The 29-year-old affords Minnesota crucial center-back depth as they look to build off a fourth straight Audi MLS Cup Playoffs appearance. The Loons return Michael Boxall and Brent Kallman as key starters, while Bakaye Dibassy is recovering from reparative surgery on a ruptured quadricep tendon in his right leg.
Henry missed out on Canada’s 2022 FIFA World Cup roster due to injury, though has 44 caps to date and helped Les Rouges top Concacaf’s qualification pathway. That ensured his homeland’s first men’s World Cup trip in 36 years.
Henry has six goals and four assists in 114 matches (95 starts) since becoming Toronto’s first-ever homegrown player signing in 2010. He’s also played overseas in the Korean (Suwon Samsung Bluewings), English (West Ham United) and Danish (AC Horsens) top flights.
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