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Dundee Utd Ins/Outs...January 2007

After his arrival at the beginning of November, Dundee United manager Craig Levein promised radical changes to his 1st team squad during the January transfer window.

Chairman Eddie Thompson promised to make funds available to bring in several new players, with 3 new signings joining during the window and Darren Dods agreeing to become a United player in June.

Several of the current squad are out of contract in the summer, with some being told by Levein they will not be offered a new deal and they have no future at Tannadice - including the clubs longest serving player David McCracken, Alan Archibald and David Proctor.

However, Levein is still threatening to send more players packing, as he plans to continue his restructuring of the 1st team at the end of the season.

Here are the ins and outs for January 2007, along with some of the transfer rumours, players on their way out and those who have signed new deals:



In
Jon Daly (Hartlepool United)...Undisclosed
Sean Dillon (Shelbourne)...Undisclosed
Morgaro Gomis (Cowdenbeath)...Nominal
Darren Dods (Caley Thistle, June 07)...Free

Out
Alan Archibald (Partick Thistle)...Free
David Gray (Kilmarnock)...Released
Grant Smith...Released

Players Linked With/Missed Out On
Che Bunce (Coventry City)...Free
Steven Pressley (Celtic)...Free
Paul Hartley (Celtic)...1.1million
Momo Sylla (Kilmarnock)...Free
Mark De Vries (Heerenveen)...loan
Kenny Deuchar (Northampton Town)...Loan
Christian Dailly (Remains at West Ham)
Graeme Coughlin (Remains at Sheffield Wednesday)

Players On Their Way Out
David McCracken...Will be released in May 2007
David Proctor...For Sale

Players Re-Signed
Barry Robson...until May 2011

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Writer: Arab Jacques Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday February 3 2007

Time: 8:00PM

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Ok, so maybe the Paul Hartley and Steven Pressley links were wishful thinking, but they are both great players.
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