Dundee United could bring Ziggy Gordon back home to Scotland as they prepare to rebuild their squad.
Manager Csaba Laszlo started his big clearout on Saturday, just a day after the Tangerines crashed out of the Premiership play-off semi-finals to Livingston.
With a host of players having been told they don’t have a future at Tannadice, the race is on to find replacements in time for next season’s Championship campaign.
Full-back Gordon is understood to be one they are interested in but they could face competition from relegated Ross County and English side Plymouth Argyle.
The 25-year-old former Hamilton Accies and Partick Thistle player left Scotland in January of last year for Polish Ekstraklasa side Jagiellonia Bialystok before heading to Pogon Siedlce last February.
Gordon, who could play for Poland as his mother Barbara was born in Krakow, is now poised to return to these shores, with just four games left to play in Pogon’s season.