The Montreal Impact signed Italian striker Bernardo Corradi on March 15.
The 35-year-old has over 250 games experience in Serie A, most notably with Chievo Verona, Lazio and Udinese. He’s scored 68 goals over that span, winning a European Super Cup and a Coppa Italia in 2004.
He’s appeared in one Champions League game with Inter and eight UEFA Cup games with Lazio, scoring one goal. He most recently spent time with Serie A side Udinese, from 2009-2011, appearing in 37 games, and scoring four goals in three Coppa Italia games.
Corradi joined the Impact for training camp in Florida on February 28 following a trial invitation. He saw action in the Impact’s final game of the preseason, a 1-0 win on March 3rd against Swedish first division side BK Hacken, assisting on the game’s only goal.
Corradi played in Spain’s La Liga with Valencia in 2004-2005, scoring three goals in 21 games, while playing eight games in European competition, including the UEFA Super Cup final. He also had a spell with Manchester City in the English Premier League in 2006-2007, scoring three goals in 25 games.
At the international level, he’s made 13 appearances for the Italian National Team in 2003 and 2004, scoring two goals, and was a member of Italy’s UEFA Euro 2004 squad.