Herculez Gomez has turned up in Seattle Sounders camp.
The former US international, who was waived by Toronto FC on March 2, trained with the Sounders on Monday at their facility in Tukwila, Washington. The club declined to comment on Gomez or his status to assembled media to Seattle and over the phone to MLSsoccer.com.
Gomez with the Sounders brain trust pic.twitter.com/76PBSjH84O— Matt Pentz (@mattpentz) March 14, 2016
Gomez, 33, signed with Toronto last August and scored one goal in seven regular season appearances with the club. He made his MLS debut in 2003 with the LA Galaxy, and played 17 times that season on loan to the Sounders, who were then in USL.
He spent six years in MLS with LA, Colorado and Kansas City before moving to Mexico in January 2010. A member of the US team at the 2010 World Cup, Gomez stayed in Liga MX until last summer, when Sporting Kansas City traded his rights to Toronto, enabling him to sign with the Reds.
Gomez has 24 goals in 131 career MLS regular season appearances and six strikes in 24 caps with the US national team.