MONTREAL – CF Montréal announced on Monday a contract extension for Canadian international Kamal Miller for the next two seasons. The deal also includes an option year for 2024.
“We were really happy with Kamal’s acquisition last winter from day one, and he confirmed the good things we saw in him on the field, but also off the field as a good leader for the young players,” said CF Montréal sporting director Olivier Renard. “It was normal for us to want to extend his contract. We hope he will be with us for the years to come.”
“Since day one, I’ve felt welcomed and appreciated by CF Montréal. The club, my teammates and the fans have been so amazing. Even from so far away, I’ve felt the constant support from the fans,” said Kamal Miller. “I am excited to get back and play in our stadium. I’m looking forward to the future with this club. In the end, with all circumstances considered, it was an easy decision for myself and my family.”
Miller, 24, was selected by Austin FC in the 2020 Expansion Draft, on December 15, 2020, as he was left unprotected by Orlando City SC, and was traded to CF Montréal on the same day.
He played the 2019 and 2020 seasons with Orlando City SC, playing 28 regular season games, including 23 starts, cumulating 2,155 minutes of play, plus two MLS playoff games, including one start, for a total of 121 minutes of play. Miller was selected 27th in the 2019 SuperDraft by Orlando City SC. Previously, he played 78 games with Syracuse university.
With the Canadian national team, Kamal Miller made his debut for Canada on June 24, 2019, and played seven games with the team, including the most recent one against Martinique on Sunday in the Gold Cup, cumulating 77 minutes of play.
Transaction: CF Montréal extends Canadian international Kamal Miller’s contract for the next two seasons, including an option year for 2024.