Fresh off of moving Davide Chiumiento and Sebastien Le Toux, the Vancouver Whitecaps added a potent attacking weapon to their disposal by signing Scotland national team captain Kenny Miller on Monday.
The Whitecaps signed Miller as their third Designated Player, and the 32-year-old striker will provide another lethal scoring threat up top for head coach Martin Rennie. Miller joins a collection of quality attacking talent that already includes the likes of Eric Hassli, Darren Mattocks Camilo Sanvezzo and Omar Salgado.
Miller, who has made 60 appearances for Scotland, finished last season with Cardiff City. There, he scored 10 goals in 43 appearances. The experienced forward has also previously spent time at Rangers, Celtic, Derby County and Bursaspor.
Miller joins Hassli and fellow Scotsman Barry Robson as the Whitecaps' Designated Players. Terms of the deal for Miller were not disclosed per club and league policy.
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