McNamara expecting movement

Jackie McNamara is expecting movement on the transfer front at Dundee United as he closes in on top targets.

Last Updated: 25/06/13 at 21:23 Post Comment

Jackie McNamara: Looking to bring reinforcements into Dundee United

Jackie McNamara: Looking to bring reinforcements into Dundee United

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It has already been a summer of change at Tannadice, with the likes of Willo Flood, Jon Daly and Barry Douglas having moved on.

Bolstering the ranks ahead of the 2013/14 campaign is now a top priority for McNamara, who has been linked with approaches for several players - including Blackburn Rovers striker, and former Terrors favourite, David Goodwillie.

McNamara is eager to get fresh faces on board as quickly as possible, to give them a full pre-season, and says he is confident additions will be made sooner rather than later.

He said in the Daily Record: "There should be progress this week.

"I'm looking for a striker and a left-back and I'm expecting to have fixed up more new faces by the time the players report for pre-season.

"I've spoken to a left-back who I want on trial and it could be tied up soon."

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