We thought it might well be a quiet end to the transfer window at Dundee United.
Well, think again!
Things are starting to heat up as Australian forward Adam Taggart is the latest name to switch to Tannadice.
But who is he? Here we take a few facts Arabs might like to know about the Fulham attacker:
- Fulham paid £175,000 for his services in June 2014 from Newcastle Jets, the club chairman Stephen Thompson has been linked with in recent months. He began his career at Perth Glory before switching across the A-League to the Jets.
- The 22-year-old has seven caps for Australia, scoring three times. His international strikes have come in an 8-0 win over Chinese Taipei (2) in December, 2012, and also in a 4-2 defeat to China back in July 2013.
- Taggart was part of the Socceroos squad, alongside Ryan McGowan, that took part in the 2014 World Cup. He started in a 3-0 defeat to Spain, as well as coming off the bench in the Aussies’ 3-2 loss to the Netherlands.
- He was named A-League young player of the year, as well as featuring in the team of the year and picking up the golden boot while at Newcastle in 2013/14.
- Football analysis website transfermarkt.co.uk currently value Taggart, who can play through the middle or in both wide areas, around the £350,000 mark. It’s unlikely, were the switch to be permanent, United would pay anywhere near that.
- Taggart is yet to make a senior appearance for the Cottagers. He has made just one showing in the English U/21 Premier League this campaign.