DUNDEE UNITED have announced the signing of striker Maxine Biamou on a deal until the end of the season, subject to international clearance.

The 30-year-old joins the Terrors after leaving Coventry City in May.

The Frenchman joins United after spending the last five years south of the border with Sutton United and Coventry City.

The most successful spell coming with the latter, where he assisted the Club in back-to-back promotions from League Two to England’s second tier, scoring 14 goals.

He also played alongside fellow Tangerine Marc McNulty during the successful 2018/19 season. Biamou will wear the number 94.

Delighted with the new signing, Manager Thomas Courts spoke to dundeeunitedfc.co.uk.

He said: “Max is a different profile to what we already have at the club and complements our existing forwards. He is someone who has performed consistently well during his time in English football and has all the attributes to be a success in Scottish football. I think our fans will connect with Max quickly, as he brings total commitment to every performance”.
Sporting Director Tony Asghar said: “Max has been on our radar for a while now and has had interest from England and abroad but has chosen to come to Dundee United. He will add quality to our squad and I am pleased to get the deal done. We have been very selective in our transfer business this season and it has paid off so far. We believe that Max will be another who will show himself to be a great addition and someone who will improve with infrastructure, facilities and staff here at his disposal.”