RAY MCKINNON has signed two players in his pursuit for promotion to the Premiership.
The Dundee United manager has wasted no time in replacing the Kilmarnock-bound Cammy Bell and has added Harry Lewis from Southampton.
The 19-year-old joins on a one-year loan deal and is a coup for the Tannadice club as Lewis has featured for England’s youth international teams as well as for Saints’ first team.
“Harry comes here as one of the top young goalkeeping prospects in English football.
“I am delighted to bring him to United and I expect him to challenge for the starting position.
“It says so much about his ambition and desire that he has chosen to come up to Scotland to get first team involvement.
“It is a coup for us to bring him to Tannadice and I am positive we will hear much more about him during his career.”
Meanwhile, United have also secured the services of Sam Stanton from Hibernian on loan. The midfielder becomes McKinnon’s ninth signing of the summer as he plans for promotion with United after the disappointment of the play-offs last year.