Wednesday 23rd May, 2018
54 ℉ | 78 ℉Seattle
Fredy Montero is heading back to Cascadia, though he'll suit up for the Vancouver Whitecaps and not previous club the Seattle Sounders.

The Whitecaps officially announced Montero's signing on Wednesday, and said he will join the club on a one-year loan from Chinese Super League side Tianjin Teda.

To acquire Montero's rights, Vancouver had to obtain the top spot in the MLS allocation order from Minnesota United, and did so by sending $100,000 in general allocation money and $125,000 in targeted allocation money for 2018, along with an international roster spot for 2017 to the expansion club.

Minnesota also acquired Vancouver's spot in the allocation order, with United now sitting fourth following Montero's signing.

55357;56845;55357;56845;55357;56845; Lookin' good, @_fredymontero!VWFC OurAllOurHonour

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