Tangerines bring in another keeper
Dundee United have signed goalkeeper Harry Lewis from Southampton on a one-year loan deal.
The nineteen-year-old has already featured on three occasions at senior level having previously progressed through their ranks. He's also an England youth international.
Lewis was originally recruited from hometown club Shrewsbury Town for a six-figure fee a couple of years ago and only this week signed a new three-year deal at St Mary's.
"I am keen to get started here at United," he told United's official website. "I am excited at the prospect of being involved in first team football for this Club and hope to show my ability at this level.
"I believe I am joining a winning team that will be challenging at the top of the league and want to play my part in helping the Club secure the title."
He's the eighth new arrival this summer and follows James Keatings, Billy King, Thomas Scobbie, Paul McMullan, Patrick N'Koyi, Jordie Briels and fellow goalkeeper Deniz Mehmet.