Dundee are hoping to have found an answer to their scoring problems by snapping up Finnish striker Benjamin Kallman today.
The 20-year-old international has signed a year-long loan deal with the Dens men.
A statement on the Dundee FC website read: “Benjamin is one of the hottest prospects in his homeland and the club has beaten off competition from European clubs to secure his services.”
Kallman has scored eight goals in 20 matches this season for mid-table side Inter Turku in the Finnish top flight.
After his debut season last year, where he netted nine times, Kallman was called up to the Finland national squad in January where he trained with Dark Blues midfielder Glen Kamara.
As part of that trip, the striker played the final eight minutes of a friendly win over Jordan to make his international debut.
Kallman arrived at Dens today to sign the deal and trained with his new team-mates ahead of tomorrow’s Betfred Cup clash with Ayr United.
Kallman will wear the number 19 shirt this season.