Marco Bustos has joined Major League Soccer side Toronto FC for the club’s final week of training.
The 26-year-old Pacific FC attacker arrived in Toronto on Sunday night and will take part in four training sessions, which both sides see as a good opportunity to get to know each other more.
Bustos previously spent time in MLS with the Vancouver Whitecaps, making 13 appearances for the senior team in all competitions between 2014 and 2017. He joined the Canadian Premier League in 2019 with Valour FC, before spending the last three seasons on the Island playing for Pacific FC. He won the North Star Shield with the club in 2021. He has also made six appearances for the Canadian men’s national team.
This year, Bustos scored two goals and added six assists (third-best in the CPL), while also finishing among the league leaders in chances created. He was named the league’s player of the month for April, and was twice named the league’s player of the week in 2022.