Dundee United approves Kristijan Trapanovski’s transfer as Jim Goodwin scours….

Kristijan Trapanovski, a winger from Macedonia, has agreed to terms with Dundee United.

The 24-year-old free agent’s contract is now contingent on his receiving a work visa and clearing his medical exam. Later this month, Trapanovski is expected to leave Shkupi and travel to Scotland. The athlete, a former cap for Macedonia’s under-21 team, has also played for Slavia Prague B and Academia Pandev

Jim Goodwin, the manager of United, is familiar with Macedonia. He will be hoping that his compatriot can achieve a similar level of success on Tayside after signing Bojan Miovski for Aberdeen. Given that Motherwell also had Davor Zdravkoski, Trapanovski may strengthen the North Macedonian ranks in Scotland

recently elevated After being promoted back to the Premiership, United is making a lot of effort to bolster their roster. Crewe custodian Dave Richards has already been signed by United to a two-year contract

United also hope to seal a deal for Cheltenham defender Will Ferry in the coming days. United youngster Miller Thomson is also set to sign a new long-term deal. His current deal was due to expire

Jim Goodwin, the manager of Dundee United, said as much after his team defeated Ayr United 1-0 to all but guarantee the Championship title.

The fact that fifteen players, including Mr. Consistency Scott McMann, Chris Mochrie, Archie Meekison, and David Wotherspoon, left the team last month highlighted his point that the top division was a “different kettle of fish” from the season that had just ended.

Due to this, United’s recruitment team will have a busy summer ahead of them as they work to assemble a new-look squad for their Premiership comeback. They have already set their sights on a few targets.
Trophy lifted by Dundee United.

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