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Striker could join Dons

Former Dundee United striker David Goodwillie could switch allegiances to Aberdeen until the end of the season.

The 24-year-old recently scored six times in 22 games after returning on loan to Tannadice from Blackburn Rovers.

However, the Tangerines opted against extending that six-month spell and he may now move instead to Pittodrie.

Goodwillie previously helped United to a famous Scottish Cup triumph in 2010 and netted 40 times in 136 games for them.

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Date:Monday January 13 2014

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