MLS team Vancouver Whitecaps unveiled the signing of Kenny Miller on July 16.
The arrival of the Scottish international striker completes a dramatic midseason roster shake-up after the club unexpectedly traded striker Sebastien Le Toux to New York Red Bulls and playmaker Davide Chiumiento to FC Zurich.
Miller, 32, will be the Whitecaps' third designated player, joining striker Eric Hassli and fellow Scotsman, midfielder Barry Robson.
There are hopes the ambitious signing will help soothe tensions with Hassli, who was reportedly unhappy with Chiumiento's departure, according to Vancouver newspaper The Province.
Whitecaps head coach Martin Rennie said in a club press release:
“We’re delighted to bring an experienced striker like Kenny to our club.
He has been a proven goalscorer with big clubs in Scotland and played in the England Premier League. His speed, energy, and work rate will be a valuable asset to our club, as we look to have a strong second half of the season in MLS.”
Miller is expected to make his debut against LA Galaxy on July 18.