Major League Soccer giants Los Angeles Galaxy have continued to fulfill the promise they made to their fans that they will keep on working to work hard in order to attract new signings to the club ahead of the new season. They have now announced that they have completed all the necessary formalities to sign veteran midfield star Victor Vazquez from Belgian league side Eupen. The 34-year-old midfielder has signed a one-year deal at the club and has the option of an extension for a further year included in the deal.
Vasquez, born in Barcelona, started his footballing career playing for the Barcelona youth team before making his senior debut for the Catalan giants back in 2008 under current Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola.
After failing to nail down a starting berth under the Spanish manager, the Spanish midfielder, in his quest to get more playing time, decided to leave Spain and try his luck in Belgium. He joined Club Brugge and had a short stint with the club before leaving to join Cruz Azul in the Mexican professional football league in 2016.
He then left the club and signed for Toronto FC where he played under Greg Vanney, the current manager of Los Angeles Galaxy. During his time at Toronto, Vasquez was their best player and also made it to the team of the season after helping his side win the domestic treble.