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United set to sign two

United set to sign two

Dundee United should sign former Tottenham Hotspur trainees Calum Butcher and Kudus Oyenuga later this week.

Striker Oyenuga, 20, previously had a loan spell with St Johnstone and along with defender Butcher, 22, has been on trial at Tannadice.

Both of them have agreed deals after playing non-league football for Conference South outfit Hayes & Yeading United last season.

Meanwhile, manager Jackie McNamara still has other trialists to consider, amongst them ex-St Mirren defender Graham Carey.

"There are two areas I would like to strengthen - the centre of defence and possibly left-back, depending on how Graham Carey does," he told BBC Scotland. "Young Andrew Robertson has looked very good in training but he is 19 and ideally I would like two fighting for the position."

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Date:Thursday July 4 2013
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