One of Leone Stars new comer striker Kei Kamara who have created some impact in the squad over the weekend joined the Major League Soccer (MLS) cup champions, Houston Dynamo from rival San Jose Earthquake for first-round draft pick and allocation money.
According to the club website, with the MLS cup champions are on the verge to boost up their squad, Kamara, 23 moves to Robertson Stadium with in a deal which was approved by the league board.
The Leone Stars striker is in his third seasons in the MLS, where he has scored seven goals in 45 appearances. According the club website, with Dynamo eyeing their third successive title in a row, they expect the speedy forward to bring pace the Dynamo front line in a backup role.
Kamara, who scored two goals in 12 appearances with San Jose this season, join Dynamo with the benefit of his salary not counting toward the Dynamo’s salary cap because of his status as a Generation Adidas player.
The four cap Leone Stars striker, spent his previous two seasons with the Columbus Crew, posting five goals in 36 games from 13 starts, he is the second forward signing by the Dynamo in recent days. Last week, the team re-signed Nate Jaqua and released Argentine rookie Franco Caraccio.