On one level, why wouldn't it be? In its third decade, MLS has made significant progress in integrating with the broader financial and cultural ecosystem of world soccer. But it's not yet at a place where what's still a relatively modest fee in world football terms is not a huge deal for North American soccer. An MLS-record fee, let alone for a 17-year-old, will now be a benchmark until it's surpassed.
And it will set the terms of the broader conversation. The scale and profile of the move and the player -- whom Canadian coach John Herdman has already described as a "generational talent" for the influence he will have on other young players electing to represent Canada -- stand out. The idea that a teenage son of refugee immigrants, a player who recently represented Canada in front of FIFA during the 2026 World Cup vote, should soon after find himself representing one of the most storied clubs in world football is not only the stuff of fairy tales for Davies but also a mythical beat in the story of Canadian soccer.
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