Miller is drawing interest from across Europe.
Due to transfer interest, Kamal Miller insists his focus remains on the upcoming MLS season with CF Montreal.
The 25-year-old centre-back has been one of Montreal’s most consistent players in recent years and his form has played a key role in Canada‘s 2022 World Cup appearances.
Miller’s form has naturally led to his name being linked with European moves, even top 10 leagues and clubs competing in UEFA competition are interested.
If he leaves, he will follow in the footsteps of the likes of Alistair Johnston and Djordje Mihailivic, who recently moved to Europe from Montreal. However, Miller didn’t get ahead of himself and knew he had work to do at the Saputo Stadium.
“Just keep playing well and doing what I did last year and hopefully things will go,” Miller told reporters about his 2023 goals. Arrived. I think I did it in my second year here, so going into this season it will be the same. Just focus on the opponents here and help my teammates win games. Everything else will work itself out.
“Players and coaches will approach every game the same way,” he continued. “My teammates are going to help me. I’m going to do whatever it takes to make this team win. Hopefully not only myself but a lot of people here will get exposure and a chance to perform at a higher level.”
Exactly which clubs will be serious contenders for Miller’s signature remains to be seen, but the player is well aware of the level of interest, adding: “They’ve got me in their sights. It’s a waiting game now.”
After finishing second in the Eastern Conference last season, CF Montreal will once again be looking to make the MLS Cup playoffs in 2023. Under new head coach Hernán Losada, they will start the new season away to Inter Miami on February 25.