CELTIC rookie keeper Ross Doohan has agreed an emergency loan move to Dundee United.
The 23-year-old Hoops prospect joined the Tannadice club after regular No.1 Benjamin Siegrist was ruled out for the remained of the season with a fractured wrist, according to a report in the Daily Record.
Doohan has been pitched into the squad for this afternoon’s Scottish Cup quarter-final against Aberdeen at Pittodrie.
GLOVE AFFAIR…Ross Doohan (right) and Conor Hazard pick up some tips from keeper coach Steve Woods.
It will be a choice between the young Hoops star and Deniz Mehmet to see who starts against Stephen Glass’ side who needed penalty-kicks to get past Livingston in the previous round.
The Tayside outfit are the shotstopper’s THIRD club in three years as the Parkhead men push for game time for the highly-rated kid.
He was at Ayr United in seasons 2018/20 and made 80 appearances for the Somerset Park team before joining Ross County this season where he had five outings before returning to the Hoops.
United were forced into making a late move for Doohan after their back-up netminder Jack Newman was also ruled out for the campaign with a knee injury.