Option declined following 2018 season.
Didic is a center back who is very good with the ball at his feet and is incredibly agile for his size. He should provide Sporting KC with quality depth on the backline.
INTERNATIONAL: Before starting six matches this season for the Rangers, Didic kicked off 2017 with his debut for the Canada U-23 Men's National Team in March. He started and played the full 90 minutes in consecutive shutout wins over Uzbekistan and Qatar as Canada was crowned champion of the U-23 tournament in Doha, Qatar.
OUTSIDE MLS: Didic made 32 appearances for the Rangers during his first professional season in 2016, receiving USL All-League First Team honors as a Defender of the Year finalist after appearing on USL's Team of the Week a league-high six times. In addition to leading SPR to a Western Conference championship and an appearance in the USL Cup Final, the 6-foot-4 defender played all 90 minutes in three CONCACAF Champions League matches for Sporting Kansas City.
COLLEGE: Didic spent a four-year college career at Baker University in nearby Baldwin City, Kansas, where he was a two-time NAIA All-American and landed NSCAA All-American and Heart of America Athletic Conference Player of the Year honors as a senior in 2015.