Northern Ireland international Conor Hazard has reportedly made a switch to Dundee United on an emergency loan deal according to STV News.
Hazard made the move from Celtic after it was reported that first-choice goalkeeper Jack Hamilton had undergone an operation to have his appendix removed.
The 21-year-old was previously on loan with other Scottish Championship clubs Falkirk and Partick Thistle.
Dundee manager James McPake said: "It's very frustrating for Jack and the team. He has been fantastic this season and is a big player in our dressing room.
"We have had to act quickly and I'm delighted that we have been able to get someone of Conor's quality in.
"He is a player who has played in this league over the past two seasons and also has experience of playing at international level."
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