Dundee United have signed Finnish international goalkeeper Carljohan Eriksson.
Courier Sport understands the 26-year-old, who will join up at Tannadice subject to work permit clearance, has penned a two-and-a-half-year deal.
Eriksson, who was capped by his country in their friendly draw with Wales in September, was a free agent, having just left Swedish top flight side Mjallby AIF.
The Finn made 21 appearances in the 2021 Swedish season to help his side to a ninth place finish.
Mjallby conceded just 27 goals along the way – the second fewest in the league behind Stockholm giants AIK and three fewer than champions Malmo.
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Eriksson, who came through the ranks at HJK Helsinki has been capped by Finland at every age group from Under-16 to the men’s side.
He will join up with countryman – and fellow Finnish internationalist – Ilmari Niskanen at Dundee United.
Once Eriksson’s work permit is agreed, he will go straight into the goalkeeping pool following the loan departure of Trevor Carson to Morcambe.