It looks like being all change between the posts for Dundee United as they welcome one goalkeeper and prepare to lose another.
The Tangerines secured the signing of English-born Turkish under-21 international Deniz Mehmet just as it emerged that current number one Cammy Bell looks set to join Kilmarnock.
Bell (30) has been in talks with his former club and should the move to Rugby Park go ahead as expected then United would be due a fee for their club captain, who has a year left on his Tannadice contract.
Many United fans would be reluctant to lose someone who starred in several of their games in the Championship last season, including a remarkable hat-trick of penalty saves in one half against Dunfermline back in September that gained him worldwide fame.
However, the capture of Mehmet should soften the blow somewhat and manager Ray McKinnon will also definitely sign another goalie to replace Bell.
Mehmet (24) has agreed a one-year deal and is delighted to have become a Tangerine.
The former Port Vale and Falkirk man said: “Once I heard United were interested, I was keen to come up and train.
“I know all about the ambition of this club and I want to help win the title.
“I am here to challenge for the number one jersey and I want to play my part in what will hopefully be a great season for us.”
United boss McKinnon added: “Deniz has done very well since he came into the club and had looked very good in training and the pre-season games.
“He has an excellent pedigree and has shown he wants to be a United player.
“He will increase competition for the goalkeeper’s spot and that is good for the club as well as for the individual goalies.”