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Montreal inks another Spaniard
June 11th, 2014 4:58PM
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TAGS:  mls, montreal impact, spain


[MLS TRANSACTIONS] Spanish midfielder Gorka Larrea joined the growing contingent of Spaniards in MLS when he signed with the Montreal Impact on Wednesday. The 30-year-old Larrea is one of nine Spaniards currently on MLS rosters, all signed in 2013 or 2014.

Larrea played in Spain's two two levels with Real Sociedad and Levante and in the second division with Almeria and most recently Numancia (2011-13).

Spaniards in MLS (2014):
Ruben Bover, New York Red Bulls
Alvaro Rey, Columbus Crew  
Adrian Lopez, Montreal Impact 
Victor Munoz,  Sporting KC
Armando, New York Red Bulls
Cristian Fernandez, D.C. United   
Jose Mari, Colorado Rapids
Antonio Dovale, Sporting KC  
Gorka Larrea, Montreal Impact

Another Spaniard, Uri Rosell, who arrived in 2012, was recently transferred from Sporting Kansas City to Portugal's Sporting.

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