Dundee United manager Csaba László has revealed he expects more business to be done before the transfer window slams shut.
László revealed yesterday that United have taken ex-Ross County and Partick Thistle midfielder Martin Woods on trial alongside a Danish midfielder, 24-year-old Odense man Mathias Thrane.
Confirming the likelihood of business, László said “Yes definitely we have this week the possibility. We are as active as can be a club.
“Martin Woods is here and somebody else from Denmark (Thrane).
“We have also somebody in the mind if somebody leave us. We can react directly so this week we must be prepared with Plan A, Plan B, even with Plan C.”
Laszlo has made no secret that some players have turned the club down as he sought to build his new look squad. However, he revealed that some players who initially said no to Dundee United may have lived to regret that decision.
“If you you see my phone, five, six, seven, eight players who before were in our frame but told us ‘no I do not come to Dundee United’. Now they are more or less out of a club and calling ‘I want to come’. Unfortunately, the door is closed. If you were not committed before you cannot be committed today.”
Meanwhile, László was keen to stress that players returning from injury is as importnat as the potential for new signings.
“We are prepared in this direction (signings) but the most important is today we have Fraser Fyvie train 100% and we have Billy King train nearly 90% fully with the team. This is really good for the team, for us, for everybody because we want these players quick as possible back in the team.”