Dundee United striker Craig Curran could be set for a sensational crossing of Sandeman Street with Dundee boss Jim McIntyre keen to add him to his striking options.
Curran was signed by the Dens gaffer at Ross County and, with the Dark Blues in a similar position to the one the Staggies were in back in 2015, McIntyre wants the 29-year-old to aid veteran Kenny Miller in the striking stakes.
The Liverpudlian scored 29 times over four seasons for the Highland outfit but still has two-and-a-half years on his deal at Tannadice.
A step back up to the Premiership to play for his old gaffer might just suit him, even if it means making the switch between city clubs.
Meanwhile, Glen Kamara may have played his last game for Dundee with a raft of clubs lining up to look at the Finnish international.
English Premier League battlers Cardiff City are the latest to have looked at the central midfielder with boss Neil Warnock admitting this week he’s interested in Kamara.
The Tele revealed last month that fellow-Welsh side Swansea City had sent scouts to run the rule over the former Arsenal kid.
And in the summer he’d also been linked with both Celtic and Rangers, Hearts and Hibs, as well as English Championship clubs including Frank Lampard’s Derby County.
With his contract ending at the end of the season, the 23-year-old can speak to other clubs regarding a pre-contract move.
However, the playing style under new manager McIntyre isn’t suited to the former Arsenal man’s talents and a January switch would suit both parties.
The club have confirmed Marcus Haber has been released after his loan move to Falkirk was cut short.