Dundee United could be about to go double Dutch after handing defender Christian Supusepa a trial.
A centre-half who can play left-back, the 27-year-old arrived at Tannadice this on Tuesday and will train with the first team for the rest of the week.
Manager Ray McKinnon stressed right now it’s simply a case of having a look at the former Den Haag, CSKA Sofia and Sparta Rotterdam man.
But having scored a hit with Supusepa’s fellow countryman Nick van der Velden, he believes it’s worth doing.
“He’s been recommended to us, he’s a centre-half. We’ll have a look over the next two or three days.
“If someone has been highly recommended we’ll always have a look. If they’re good enough we’ll take things from there, if not we move on.
“We have a couple of good contacts in Holland and we’ve been looking for another decent centre-half.
“Nick also knows of the boy, so we’ll take him for the rest of the week.”
Supusepa comes with a decent pedigree having played over 60 times in the Eredivisie, Holland’s top flight, as well as in Bulgaria with CSKA.
Ray, meanwhile, still plans to use Van der Velden to spearhead his attack.
In two Betfred Cup starts the 34-year-old has turned in starring performances just behind main striker Simon Murray.
And with Scott Fraser suspended, he’s set to continue in that role in Saturday’s Championship opener against Queen of the South.
But he led the attack in a closed-doors game last month and did well.
“The plan was at some point during Sunday’s game to have him right up top so we could have a look at him and we still will.”