OTTAWA – Ottawa Fury FC announced the addition of former New York City forward Tony Taylor.

His signing is pending United Soccer League and U.S. Soccer Federation approval.

“We’re thrilled to have Tony join Ottawa Fury FC,” Fury FC general manager Julian de Guzman said. “Tony has shown great promise already and his experience makes him a valuable addition to our club and the model of play we will be using. We look forward to see him continue to develop into the great footballer we know he can become.”

The 28-year-old Taylor brings more 100 games of professional experience to Ottawa’s attack after and spending the 2017 North American Soccer League season with the Jacksonville Armada. He recorded three goals and two assists in 12 matches.

Taylor’s professional resume also includes stops in Major League Soccer (New England Revolution and NYCFC), Cyprus (Omonoia Nicosia) and Portugal (Estoril Praia, Atletico CP and Pacos de Ferreira).

Of Panamanian descent, Taylor featured for the U.S. youth national teams before his first call-up to the Panamanian national team in a World Cup qualifying match against Mexico in 2016. He has made two more appearances for Panama, most recently at the 2017 Copa Centroamericana.