Michael Bradley looks to have taken a step closer to leaving Roma, with reports that he has accepted an offer to move to Toronto FC.
The MLS side were listed in reports yesterday as having turned the midfielder’s head with a €7m bid placed with the Giallorossi.
On from meeting with his agent, the reputed Premier League, Bologna and Verona target was reported yesterday as close to an agreement. 
Tuttomercatoweb suggest today that a six-year contract has been agreed, paying out €3m a year to the 26-year-old and that an announcement is expected in a matter of hours.
It is also seen that further details to the agreement with Roma has Toronto paying closer to €8m, plus bonuses tied to future friendlies to be played between the two clubs.
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