The 23-year-old Southampton academy graduate most recently played in English League One with Cheltenham Town

, after enjoying a loan stint with Crawley Town.

As the Scottish Championship winners get ready for life back in the top flight, Ferry says he is thrilled to be joining them.

“I’m grateful for the opportunity to prove myself at the top level of Scottish football, it’s a challenge that really excites me,” he stated.

“I’m counting down the days until we can get to work in pre-season and kick on, I can’t wait to get started.”

The defender, in manager Jim Goodwin’s opinion, possesses all the necessary skills to succeed in the Premiership after joining.

“Our summer plans depended on completing some important business early, and the

That’s exactly what Will’s signing signifies,” he remarked.

“With his speed, determination, and incredible technical skill, he has every quality needed to succeed as a player in the Scottish Premiership. Additionally, his adaptability will be crucial throughout a relentless league campaign.”

The Republic of Ireland youth international is the “first of many” players that United will acquire before the new season, according to Head of Recruitment Michael Cairney, who also claims that United resisted offers from other teams for Ferry’s signature.

For an additional five years, BBC Scotland will carry live matches and highlights from the Scottish Cup.

The BBC’s agreement to air a game from every round, including the championship, on a free-to-air platform is extended by the new agreement.

The broadcaster may also provide “near live digital highlights” according to the terms of the contract.

For the next five years, there will also be live broadcasting of the Scottish Youth Cup final.

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