The LA Galaxy have tied goalkeeper Jonathan Bond down to a new two-year contract, the club announced Monday.
Bond’s new deal keeps him at Dignity Health Sports Park through the 2024 MLS season, with the Galaxy holding the option to extend his stay for an extra year.
“Jonathan has been a steady influence in the team for the past two seasons,” LA Galaxy head coach Greg Vanney said in a club press release. “We are pleased to reach an agreement to extend his contract.”
Bond has been with the Galaxy for two years now since arriving from West Brom in 2021. During that time, he’s made 67 appearances across all competitions – including 65 in MLS regular season play – keeping 12 clean sheets and conceding 104 goals.
The 29-year-old ranks fifth all-time among all goalkeepers in regular-season wins (26) with the Galaxy and helped the club return to the MLS Cup Playoffs in 2022 after a two-year absence.
LA beat Nashville SC 1-0 in Round One before exiting at the Western Conference Semi-Finals stage with a 3-2 defeat to El Trafico rivals LAFC.
Prior to arriving at the Galaxy, Bond represented multiple clubs in England, including West Brom, Reading, and Watford, while he was capped extensively at youth level for both England and Wales.
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