Toronto FC finding form as Lorenzo Insigne arrives in Canada

As Toronto FC beat Atlanta United on Saturday, the cameras couldn’t help but keep panning to Lorenzo Insigne in the BMO Field stands.

The Italian forward landed in Canada earlier in the week ahead of officially completing his free transfer from Napoli – eligible to play once the MLS secondary transfer window opens on July 1.

Insigne seemed to be enjoying himself, celebrating TFC goals from Jonathan Osorio and Raphael Prso and getting involved in some songs with the supporters. But more important is what the forward – still only 31 and with plenty left to offer – will produce on the field in Ontario.

Toronto have lost just one of their last six games across all competitions, advancing to the Canadian Championship final and moving within five points of the MLS Cup Playoff spots with 18 regular-season matches still to play. Arguably the perfect time to add a superstar Euro 2020 winner to their ranks.

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