Chris Duvall - Montreal Impact
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Montreal Impact re-sign Chris Duvall to two-year deal with option for 2020

TRANSFER TRACKER STATUS: Re-signed

The Montreal Impact announced on Friday that they have re-signed fullback Chris Duvall to a new two-year deal with an option for 2020.

Duvall was acquired by Montreal last offseason after being selected by Minnesota in the Expansion Draft from the New York Red Bulls. He recorded one goal and two assists in 27 regular-season appearances for the Impact, all career highs.

“I’m happy that Chris took the decision to continue with the Impact,” said head coach Rémi Garde. “He’s a player with experience in MLS who had a good 2017 season, notably due to the consistency of his defensive effort for the team.”

“We are very happy that Chris has signed a new contract and will remain with our team,” said Impact technical director Adam Braz. “Chris is now entering the prime age for a soccer player and has a solid amount of experience thus far in his career in MLS. He has the desire to continue to improve as a player and is eager to work hard to help the team succeed.”

Duvall, who was out of contract after the 2017 season, spent the first three years of his career with the New York Red Bulls. The 26-year-old has two goals and six assists in 86 career regular season appearances.

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