Panamanian forward Gabriel Torres might soon be making his way back to MLS, but not with the Colorado Rapids, his former club.
Torres has been linked with a potential move to D.C. United and Orlando City, according to a report out of Panama over the weekend. The 27-year-old striker is also rumored to be drawing interest from Fluminense FC in Brazil and an unknown German Bundesliga club.
Torres is currently on the books at Venezuelan outfit Zamora and has scored 12 goals this season. He previously played for Zamora and became their all-time leading scorer back in 2013 before joining the Rapids as their first Designated Player.
During his three years in Colorado, the Panamanian international scored 10 goals and had five assists in 55 games. He started in 35 of those matches.