It turns out Justin Mapp is sticking with the Montreal Impact.
Mapp agreed to a new deal with the Impact on Wednesday, and as a result he is no longer available for Phase Two of the MLS Re-Entry Draft on Friday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but it is likely that the 28-year-old winger is making less than the $210,000 he earned this past season.
Mapp, who was the third-highest paid player on the Impact this season, scored twice and had five assists in 27 starts for the expansion Impact in 2012.
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