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United accept improved bid

Dundee United have accepted an improved bid for Scottish international left-back Andrew Robertson from Hull City.

The Tigers are understood to be offering in excess of 2m plus add-ons for the highly-rated former Queen's Park defender.

Robertson was finalising personal terms on the move following earlier reports of a trio of unsuccessful approaches from West Ham United.

The 20-year-old made 46 appearances last term and scored five goals before being named PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year.

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Date:Friday July 25 2014

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