The Montreal Impact have acquired forward Dominic Oduro from Toronto FC in exchange for allocation money, the club announced on Tuesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Assuming he makes an appearance in 2015, the move means Oduro, 29, will have played for seven of MLS’ 20 teams.
“This move allows us to add quality depth to our striker position, as we identified in our plan,” Montreal technical director Adam Braz said in a statement. “Dominic is an experienced player who has scored in our league and adds a different profile to our attacking options.”
In nine MLS seasons, the speedy Oduro has made 252 regular appearances (156 starts) and scored 48 goals to go with 26 assists. His best season came in 2013, when he scored 13 goals and added four assists for the Columbus Crew.
Oduro began 2014 with the Crew before being traded to Toronto, where he scored two goals in 24 appearances.