Former Montreal Impact player Maxim Tissot might have a second shot in the MLS this upcoming season with D.C United.
According to The Washinton Post, D.C United is planning on offering Tissot a contract. Last summer when playing for the Montreal Impact and Ottawa Fury FC he piqued the interest of the club which got him an invitation to training camp this February.
Before getting waived by the Impact and signed by Ottawa, Maxim Tissot spent 4 years in his hometown of Montreal playing 44 MLS games and notching 5 goals in that span.
Maxim Tissot is a versatile player as he can play both fullback and midfield positions. He will bring depth and some experience to United's side.
Here is Maxim Tissot's best goal with the Montreal Impact.