Sierra Leone’s Kei Kamara traded to Colorado Rapids.
The Sierra Leone international has recorded 112 goals and 44 assists in 314 MLS games.
Cincinnati on Tuesday selected Kamara with the second overall pick in the draft and then immediately traded him to the Rapids for an international roster spot.
The sixth-most goal poacher in the competition’s history signed a two-year contract with the Rapids.
In 2015, Kamara was named in an MLS All-Star when he scored a career-high 22 goals with the Columbus Crew.
The proven MLS target man scored 14 goals last season for Vancouver Whitecaps and made five assist in twenty-eight appearances.
One of the best goalscorers in @MLS history is coming to Colorado.
— Colorado Rapids (@ColoradoRapids) December 11, 2018
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