A pair of big-name DPs?
“Hardened” MLS vets?
Toronto FC’s off-season transformation is nearly complete.
The “boxes” TFC’s top brass talked about last October are all checked off.
All but one, that is.
The Reds, despite adding as many as six difference-makers this winter, are in desperate need of depth, players to fill spots 18 to 30 and are ready to step in if needed.
Toronto heads into Thursday’s MLS draft in Philadelphia looking to add the final few pieces that could move the club from sure-bet playoff maker to MLS title contender.
Positional needs are clear.
The Reds, after almost exclusively adding attacking players this off-season, are in need of a depth signing or two at the back — something they should be able to acquire with the 15th pick of the first round.