Kemar Lawrence leaves Anderlecht for Toronto, in Major League Soccer (MLS), the North American championship. The two clubs announced it on Friday.
The Jamaican left-back, 28, arrived in January 2020 from the New York Red Bulls. He totaled seventeen appearances, with one goal, in the Anderlecht jersey.
Lawrence signed a contract until 2024 with Toronto, said the Canadian franchise. During his first stint in MLS, which lasted five years, Lawrence had played 129 games, for 5 goals. Before that, he had played in his country, at Harbor View FC He has 60 appearances and three goals for the national team.
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