The Portland Timbers announced their re-signing of winger Marvin Loria today. His new extension will run through 2024, with a club option year for 2025.
From the Timbers.com press release:
Loría, 24, enters his fourth season with Portland after playing a season with T2 in 2018. The San José,
Costa Rica native has started in 31 of 65 appearances for the Timbers, tallying four goals and nine
assists. In his 2021 campaign, Loría scored two goals and tallied a career-high of six assists. Notably,
Loría scored the game-winning goal for Portland in a 2-1 win against Sporting Kansas City on June 19,
Loría has made several appearances for Costa Rica at the youth and senior level, including three
appearances (one start) at the 2017 Concacaf U-20 Championship in Costa Rica. Loría received his first
call-up to the senior men’s national team on Feb. 2, 2019, earning a start in his first appearance for Costa
Loria has been a key rotation player for the Timbers, making a key start in Portland’s win over Real Salt Lake in the 2021 Western Conference Final.