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Midfielder on way to Tannadice

Midfielder on way to Tannadice

Dundee United have snapped up Falkirk midfielder Mark Millar on a three-year deal. The 24-year-old has penned a pre-contract and officially joins the Tangerines once his current deal expires at the end of this month.

Millar therefore joins Ross County winger Michael Gardyne in agreeing a pre-contract at Tannadice as manager Peter Houston looks to rebuild his side following several key departures.

Goalkeeper Dusan Pernis, defenders Gary Kenneth and Paul Dixon and midfielders Scott Robertson and Danny Swanson are all out-of-contract and looking for new clubs.

"In my opinion we have now captured the two best players in Division One with Mark Millar and Michael Gardyne," Houston told the Daily Record. "Mark has shown the right attitude and mentality in leaving Celtic to go down a division in order to kick-start his career.

"He is a different style of player to those we have here already and the way he plays the game will make him a fans' favourite here at Tannadice once he arrives."

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Writer:Vital Arabs
Date:Friday June 1 2012
Time: 2:48PM

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