Toronto FC's Greg Ranjitsingh signs new contract

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Toronto FC has made a significant move by signing goalkeeper Greg Ranjitsingh to a new contract, extending his stay with the club through 2024 with an option for 2025.

Ranjitsingh, aged 30, has already made his mark with Toronto FC, making four appearances and recording an impressive 14 saves over the past two seasons. His debut for the First Team came against FC Cincinnati on June 21, 2023, showcasing his talent and potential.

Before joining Toronto FC, Ranjitsingh had stints with various MLS clubs, including Philadelphia Union, Minnesota United FC, and Orlando City SC. He initially joined Toronto FC in January 2022 after serving as Major League Soccer's Pool goalkeeper during the 2021 season.

Before his MLS career, Ranjitsingh gained significant experience with Louisville City FC in the USL Championship, where he made 90 appearances over four seasons. His time with Louisville City FC was marked by success, including back-to-back USL Cup titles in 2017 and 2018.

Ranjitsingh's journey to professional soccer started during his college years at Mercer University, where he earned accolades such as the Southern Conference's Goalkeeper of the Year award and All-Conference team selection during his senior year.

On the international stage, Ranjitsingh represented Trinidad and Tobago at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup, making his debut in a closed-door friendly against Canada on June 10, 2019.

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With Ranjitsingh's new contract, Toronto FC solidifies its goalkeeping options and adds stability to its roster as it prepares for the upcoming seasons. Fans eagerly anticipate seeing Ranjitsingh's continued contributions on the field as he continues his journey with the club.