Much-travelled midfielder Kemy Agustien has agreed to join Boro.
The 31-year-old won caps for Holland at under-19, 20 and under-21 level and has since played thirteen times at full international level for Curašao.
He started his career in Holland with Willem II, for whom he made 55 appearances before moving to AZ Alkmaar, where he featured 25 times in the senior side.
Whilst on Alkmaar`s books, Agustien had loan spells with fellow Dutch sides Road JC and RKC Waalwijk and also had his first taste of English football in the Championship with Birmingham City, for whom he made 18 appearances.
At the end of the 2009/10 season, he was released by Alkmaar and after a trial with Polish Ekstraklasa side Wisła Krakˇw, he joined Swansea City, then in the Championship.
He went on to play 39 times for the Swans without finding the net and had a loan stint at Crystal Palace.
In July 2013, Agustien moved to Brighton & Hove Albion and played 13 games before moving to Denmark to play for Vendsyssel FC.
A short stint in Scotland with Hamilton Academical was followed by a return to Holland with FC Dordrecht and then a stint in the Philippines with Global Cebu.
His most recent club was back in Holland with Third Division SV Tec, and he has joined Boro in the hope of getting himself back into the Curacao side and help them qualify for the CONCACAF Nations League and Gold Cup.