Rotherham have announced the signing of Jamie Lindsay on a three-year deal.
He leaves Ross County after scoring nine goals and bagging four assists from midfield in 48 games last season.
NTOF revealed back in June that the Millers had launched an initial bid of £150k, with County holding out for £200k. The English League One club have came up with the goods to prise the midfielder away from Dingwall.
He was one of their main targets and they’ve got their man. It’s unquestionable how much of a miss he’ll be for the Staggies though.
Lindsay will do well with Rotherham
Over the past two seasons, the ex-Celtic man has been County’s best player. He always gives 110% in the middle of the park and probably had offers to move on last summer.
Instead, he helped the club achieve promotion back to the Premiership at the first time of asking.
He’ll likely be a replacement for Will Vaulks, who recently left the New York City stadium for Cardiff City. He too came from the SPFL, having played with Falkirk before his time with Rotherham.
Lindsay can start attacks with his accurate passing, but equally, he can do his bit in the engine room. The defensive side of his game has really improved since moving to the Highlands, plus he found a scoring touch last term.
He’ll be a huge miss for the Staggies but they’ll wish him well as he embarks on a new chapter in his career. He should do well for his new League One club.