The Spanish attacker's future with the club is uncertain after Montreal declined his 2021 contract option, but left the door open to a potential return, with sporting director Olivier Renard saying the Impact have extended him an offer to come back.
Perhaps the 30-year-old will eventually accept that deal, but it won't be for the upcoming CCL match, which will see Montreal take the field for a quarterfinal return leg against Honduran side CD Olimpia on December 15 at Exploria Stadium in Orlando.
The Impact will be trying to overcome a 2-1 deficit after the first leg back on March 10 before the continental tournament was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bojan appeared in 17 games for the Impact in 2020, starting 14 of them and putting up four goals and two assists in 1,159 minutes. He is a former teammate of head coach Thierry Henry at Barcelona, where he started his professional career from 2007-2011.
Montreal forward Anthony Jackson-Hamel is listed on the 25-man roster for CCL despite also having his contract option declined.