After making 100 appearances for two Premier League clubs, Nigel Reo-Coker is on his third MLS club in under a year.
The former West Ham United and Aston Villa man is headed to Quebec after Montreal selected the 30-year-old midfielder first overall in Wednesday’s waiver draft.
Reo-Coker made 44 appearances for Vancouver and another nine for Chivas USA after coming over from Ipswich Town in 2013.
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Also chosen in the waiver draft were another pair of Goats: Leandro Berrera is off to San Jose, while Bobby Burling is off to Colorado.
There was a trade as well. After losing Chris Wingert and Ned Grabavoy in the MLS expansion draft — not to mention the trade of Nat Borchers to Portland, RSL brought a familiar face home.