The club has already beaten the September 15 MLS roster deadline with the addition of Austrian defender Emanuel Pogatetz and now Berhalter has hinted that another deal could be in the works as well.
“We’re active, and we’re looking for the right guy,” the Crew head coach and sporting director said. “We have guys identified.”
“We’ve looked into it,” Berhalter said. “He’s an interesting player.” We see him as a guy that can play number nine, he can play on the wing, he can score,” Berhalter said. “If you look at his goals in the last three years in MLS, it’s pretty good. There are not many guys who have more goals than him. So we like him. We think he’s a good player.”
Kamara wouldn’t be able to play for an MLS club this season because he was under contract with Middleborough after the MLS transfer window closed on August 6, but Berhalter said using the allocation spot to acquire Kamara for the future would still be worth it.