Dunfermline have made two moves in the loan market, bringing in Lewis Mayo from Rangers and Fraser Murray from Hibs.
Stevie Crawford has kept himself busy in the transfer market. Despite losing star man Kevin Nisbet to the Hibees, the Pars boss has negotiated well to strengthen his squad overall. The latest acquisitions from Rangers and Hibs are the latest recruits.
Mayo is a central defender who opts to swap Ibrox for East End Park this season. He joined Partick Thistle in January for the second half of last season, although the Rangers prospect’s promising start was cut short as the campaign was halted.
Murray meanwhile is highly-thought of at Hibs, however, they feel it’s important for him to get regular minutes.
The Leith prospect featured as a Dunfermline trialist last week in the 1-1 draw with Stenhousemuir, scoring a stunning long-range effort.
Both youngsters join on season-long loans. It follows on from the returns of Owain Fon Williams and Dom Thomas, plus the signings of Paul Watson, Steven Whittaker, Declan McManus, Kevin O’Hara, Iain Wilson and Kerr McInroy.