Dundee United have confirmed the signings of striker Steven Fletcher and midfielder Dylan Levitt for two-year deals.
Ex-Scottish forward Fletcher, 35, who last played in the Scottish Premiership in 2009 with Hibernian, was sacked by Stoke City late last season.
Meanwhile, 21-year-old Levitt has made a permanent move from Manchester United after a successful 2021-22 season on loan with Tannadice.
“I’m proud to be back,” Levitt . said
“The big draw was to come back and play games. After coming back from injury I feel like I’m really walking on the ground. I want to continue that form into the new season and I’m really looking forward to it.” to start.”
Fletcher, who has capped 33 caps for Scotland, was recently appointed head coach of Jack Ross’s first summer signing, with Wales international Levitt shortly after.
“To a player of [Fletcher’s] experience will be a great asset both on and off the field,” said Ross. “The level of quality he has shown throughout his career makes him a really exciting asset.”
Find all the latest football transfers on our special page†