Duo impress Tannadice boss

Dundee United boss Jackie McNamara has hinted he could add Calum Butcher and Kudus Oyenuga to his squad.

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The duo started their careers with Tottenham, and played together last season with Hayes & Yeading United.

McNamara, who has also handed trials to former St Mirren defender Graham Carey and Turkish winger Nadir Ciftci, welcomed his players back for the beginning of pre-season training at their base in St Andrews on Monday.

"There are a lot of things still happening player-wise and hopefully by the end of this week we will have the right ones in," McNamara said.

"There are two lads here who have been with Spurs - Butcher and Oyenuga. I've watched them in a trial game.

"Both impressed us so we have moved to bring them here. Butcher is a centre-half and Oyenuga is a forward."

The Tannadice club have also taken former Norwich goalkeeper Lee Camp on trial after his departure from Carrow Road this summer.

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