Club captain Fraser Fyvie is one of three Dundee United players leaving the club.
Robbie Neilson has almost a full squad to choose from for Dundee United’s final regular Championship clash of the season.
Dundee United still have work to do if they are to win promotion this season but gaffer Robbie Neilson believes if he hadn’t rebuilt his team in the January transfer window their chances would have long since faded to nothing.
It’s still early days with Dundee United’s January signings but 10 of the 11 Robbie Neilson fixed up last month have already had game time.
A late night for Robbie Neilson saw him effectively complete the signing of an entire new Dundee United team in the January transfer window.
New boy Aidan Nesbitt admits the need for three points and not any desire to impress watching owner Mark Ogren was what drove Dundee United to their 1-0 victory over Dunfermline.
Two of the three signings Dundee United have made in this transfer window, as manager Robbie Neilson looks to add the quality he feels he needs to win automatic promotion, have been attack-minded in the shape of Aidan Nesbitt and Cammy Smith.
Robbie Neilson looks set to hand starts to new boys Cammy Smith and Aidan Nesbitt when Dundee United host crisis club Dunfermline today.
New boy Aidan Nesbitt believes his partnership with fellow-striker Pavol Safranko can develop into one that gets the goals to fire Dundee United back to the Premiership.
Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson is expecting new signing Aidan Nesbitt to be a big hit in the Championship.
Dundee United have targeted two new faces ahead of today’s home clash with Partick Thistle.