Jamie Robson’s future at Dundee United is continuing to be a source of speculation, with the Scottish Premiership club rejecting offers for the Lincoln City and Sunderland target (DR).
The English League One duo are both said to be interested in United’s academy product, who scored his first goal since 2017 in a 1-0 league win over Rangers earlier this month. Sunderland have been linked with a host of SPFL talent this summer and signed Ross Stewart from Ross County in January.
Lincoln are believed to have had more than one offer for Robson rejected by Dundee United this window and they would need to sell one of their own players before trying again. It leaves the race for Robson – who is aware of English interest – wide open.
Meanwhile, Tannadice owner Mark Orgen is convinced his plans in Tayside will come to fruition. The American businessman has spent millions since buying United in December 2018.
He explained: “I’ve reassured our fans that this is a process and we haven’t changed the path. I want them to know they just need to trust the system, keep the faith and enjoy the journey because we’re going places at Dundee United.
”We’ve had to take some slight detours because of certain situations that happened, primarily Covid that certainly put us behind financially, but we haven’t changed the plan we came in with.”
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