Celtic academy graduate Cillian Sheridan will return to the SPFL today with Dundee, signing a two-year contract with the cinch Premiership outfit (Courier).

Sheridan has been on trial with Dundee over the last fortnight after leaving Polish side Wisla Plock. The 32-year-old Republic of Ireland striker started his career with Celtic and has played his football abroad since 2013.

Wisla Plock v Slask Wroclaw - PKO Ekstraklasa

Returning to Scotland. (Photo by Lukasz Sobala/PressFocus/MB Media/Getty Images)

Dundee manager James McPake has been searching for an extra body up top after the departure of striker Osman Sow. Sheridan looks to be that man and the former Celtic player will sign a contract until 2023 today, it has been reported.

 

McPake has been impressed by Sheridan during his short spell at the club. Dundee kicked off their Premier Sports Cup campaign wuth a group stage win over Brora Rangers last week before Sunday’s game with Ross County was cancelled due to a Covid-19 problem at the Dingwall club. McPake’s side were handed a 3-0 win.

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