Dundee United manager Micky Mellon says he has heard nothing with regards to reported moves for goalkeeper Benjamin Siegrist from the likes of Celtic (Courier).
The goalkeeper has had an outstanding season in the Scottish Premiership this term and has attracted interest because of his Tannadice form. Celtic and Ipswich Town, alongside teams in Europe, have all been linked with moves at various prices.
A recent report stated Siegrist is wanted for around £400,000, which would be a transfer bargain. But the Dundee United manager says he has heard nothing on speculation regarding his Swiss goalkeeper, whether that be from Celtic, Ipswich Town, or anyone else.
Dundee United return to action on Wednesday night when they face Motherwell at Tannadice. It comes off a weekend where the Tangerines lost their Scottish Cup semi-final match with Hibs, suffering a 2-0 defeat at Hampden Park, leaving the club with two games left in their 2020/21 campaign.
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