TRANSFER TRACKER STATUS: Extension
“Mark has been such a big part of TFC’s success," Toronto FC general manager Ali Curtis said in a statement. "We are all very happy that he will be remaining with the club as he is an important part of our group. He has played in some of our club’s biggest matches over the years and gained a tremendous amount of experience. He’s young, takes great care of himself, and works incredibly hard, which were critical factors in ensuring he remained with TFC for the long-term.”
The 25-year-old midfielder is in his sixth season with Toronto FC and ninth overall in MLS after starting his professional career with Chivas USA. He’s made 170 appearances with 14 goals and 19 assists across all competitions for TFC. He currently sits fourth on Toronto FC’s all-time appearance list behind Jonathan Osorio, Justin Morrow and Michael Bradley.