It’s decision time for Julian de Guzman.

The Canadian international midfielder from Scarborough has been offered a contract to join Toronto FC following the Gold Cup. With Canada eliminated from the tournament after a 1-0 quarter-finals loss to Honduras Saturday night, the 28-year-old, who has been playing in Europe, must decide what’s next.

“I think it’s down to him to decide if he wants to come in or not,” TFC coach Chris Cummins said following his team’s 1-1 draw against the Houston Dynamo at BMO Field on Saturday.

“He’s having a good think about it. I’m not sure when he’s going to make that decision.”

De Guzman, who was the Canadian men’s player of the year in 2008, has reportedly been mulling over an offer to be TFC’s first designated player, with the price tag put at $10 million US for three years.

A shorter deal, said to be six figures for the rest of this season, has also been rumoured.