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Sebastian Giovinco reiterates Italy aspirations, talks up TFC

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Sebastian Giovinco still believes that Toronto FC and MLS don't get the credit they deserve, but he also hopes that credit comes in time for the World Cup next summer.

Giovinco reiterated his hope for a national team call-up while stating his belief that the level of MLS is one that would challenge plenty of players throughout the world.

Giovinco, Hagglund set to miss time for Toronto FC

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Toronto FC's depth has helped the club earn six straight wins, vaulting the club to the top of the Eastern Conference. Now, that depth is about to be tested in a major way due to a pair of big injuries to crucialstarters.

Sebastian Giovinco is set to miss three weeks after being diagnosed with a quad strain, depriving TFC of the club's top goalscorer and creator.

Giovinco deemed "okay" after leaving Union-TFC with minor injury

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Sebastian Giovinco needed plenty of assistance to leave the field right before halftime at Talen Energy Stadium on Saturday night, but it appears the Toronto FC forward is going to be fine, according to TFC head coach Greg Vanney.

"He's okay," Vanney said. "He's sore. It was a contusion on the IT band around the side of the leg.

MLS Ticker: Giovinco receives offer from China; Onyewu trains with the Union; and more

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The wealthy clawsof the Chinese Super League could be stretching into MLS to snatch another star.

According to Football Italia, Toronto FC striker and 2015 MLS MVP Sebastian Giovinco has received an offer from an unnamed club in the CSL and will hold a discussion with Toronto about his future.

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David Villa, Sebastian Giovinco top MLS player ratings in FIFA 18

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Player ratings are beginning to come out for the upcoming release of FIFA 18 and their top MLS players are far from surprising.

Leading he way with an 82 overall rating are David Villa of New York City FC and Sebastian Giovinco of Toronto FC. The duo is made up of the last two players to win the league's MVP award and both are making strong cases for winning it again this year.