CF Montreal adds a goalkeeper
With three young goaltenders in its roster, CF Montreal decided to add some experience by signing American goalkeeper Logan Ketterer to a one-year contract on Wednesday.
The 28-year-old athlete could spend three years in Montreal, since the pact includes two option years.
In 2021, he played his first three Major League Soccer (MLS) games with the Portland Timbers, allowing three goals. He notably had two shutouts.
The Wisconsin native has played mostly in the USL since 2019, playing 74 games with El Paso Locomotive FC. He was drafted by the Columbus Crew in the fourth round of the SuperDraft in 2017.
“We were looking for an additional goalkeeper and we found in Logan the player profile we were looking for with experience in MLS and USL, explained sporting director Olivier Renard in a press release. We welcome him with us.”
James Pantemis, Sebastian Breza and Jonathan Sirois are the other goalkeepers with the club.
The Impact is scheduled to host Santos Laguna at Olympic Stadium on February 22 after losing the first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League round of 16 1-0 on Tuesday. He will then begin his MLS season on February 27 against Orlando City, Florida.