Done with sharing their goalkeeper, D.C. United is set to sign Bill Hamid as a permanent player when his season in the Netherlands is complete, according to the Washington Post.
Hamid, who has been on loan to D.C. United the past 1 1/2 seasons from Danish side FC Midtjylland, will make his move back home a permanent one.
The 29-year old did start his career as a D.C. United homegrown player and worked his way into stints with the U.S. Men's National Team. He has played 10 seasons for D.C. United, seeing action in 231 regular-season games and 10 playoff game appearances.
The Virginia native played his first game for D.C. United in 2010 and made his USMNT debut in 2012. He has played six games for the USMNT, the last in 2017.
The 2014 MLS goalkeeper of the year has 68 career shutouts including a career-best 14 in 2019.