Griffin Dorsey: Houston Dynamo Re-Sign Defender To New 2-Year Contract

Written by Patrick Echatah

Following his stellar 2023 season, full-back Griffin Dorsey was re-signed by the Houston Dynamo, who will keep him on a two-year contract through the 2025 Major League Soccer season.

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Dorsey had a fantastic 2023 season with Houston, playing in 33 games across all competitions, five goals, and four assists. The 24-year-old has a club option for the 2026 campaign as part of the agreement.

The former Toronto FC player was essential to the Dynamo winning the 2023 US Open Cup over Inter Miami and making it to the Western Conference final, their first playoff appearance since 2017.

In 2023, Dorsey was a member of the Houston defense, which was essentially indestructible as the team allowed just 38 goals in 34 regular season games (third-best in MLS).

“Re-signing Griffin was one of our priorities this offseason. He was not only an impact player in our U.S. Open Cup championship and run to the Western Conference Final, but his team-first mentality, competitiveness and commitment to everyday improvement are exemplars for every young player in our club,” said Houston general manager Pat Onstad.

“We could not be happier that Griffin and his wife have chosen to commit to the city of Houston, and we look forward to his continued growth in the coming seasons.”

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We are now seeing the development of Inter Miami, which will be a power in the league at the start of the next season.

Inter Miami CF’s head coach, Gerardo “Tata” Martino, has declared that the Club is once again interested in bringing in former teammate Luis Suárez during the upcoming winter transfer window.

Martino stated that the team is still interested in signing the 36-year-old Uruguayan during a press conference the day before Miami’s final MLS home game, which ended in a 2-2 draw with Charlotte FC.


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