The Vancouver Whitecaps' list of attacking options keeps growing.
Days after signing French forward Eric Hassli as the club's first Designated Player, Vancouver and Swiss international Davide Chiumiento sorted out all the necessary paperwork to add him to the roster a week before the season begins.
The 26-year-old Chiumiento can play either as an attacking midfielder or withdrawn striker. He was a part of the USSF Division 2 Whitecaps and has been training with the club all preseason. His signing had been imminent for some time.
The Whitecaps now boast Chiumiento, Hassli and Atiba Harris as possibilities atop Teitur Thordarson's formation. No. 1 overall SuperDraft pick Omar Salgado is still ineligible to play with the team until he turns 18 in September.
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