The Montreal Impact continued to shape their roster on Monday, signing a player who is no stranger to the club.
The Impact signed Canadian international Patrice Bernier, a 32-year-old midfielder who previously played for the club from 2000-2002. Bernier, who was born in Quebec and resides in Montreal, will vie for a starting spot on the team.
Bernier had spent the last nine years of his playing career in Europe, plying his trade for clubs like Kaiserslautern, FC Nordsjaelland and Lyngby BK. He has also appeared 46 times and scored twice for Canada since making his international debut in 2004.
Per MLS and club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
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