Dundee United forward Lawrence Shankland has joined the likes of QPR forward and Scotland teammate Lyndon Dykes in signing up with StormSportsX.
The Arabs star has swapped agents, moving to the company who also represent several of his Scotland peers, including Stephen O’Donnell of Motherwell, Jack Hendry and QPR star Dykes.
StormSportsX have several past and present SPFL names on their books. Rangers stars Glen Kamara and James Tavernier are represented by them while O’Donnell, Dundee United teammate Nicky Clark, Efe Ambrose, Graham Dorrans and Eamonn Brophy are just some of the other names involved.
They also host a wide-range of Hamilton Accies youngsters, having initially started out with two of the most famous academy graduates from the South Lanarkshire club, James McArthur and James McCarthy.
Dykes’ big-money move to QPR from Livingston last summer was facilitated by StormSportsX, who helped Shankland’s Scotland peer move to the Loftus Road club for seven-figures. Shankland has had plenty of links south of the border in recent seasons.
Dorrans also recently made the move to Australia with Western Sydney Wanderers after time at Dundee while James Scott’s move from Motherwell to Hull City last year was completed under their watch.
A statement from StormSportsX reads: “StormSportsX are delighted to announce Dundee United Forward and Scotland internationalist Lawrence Shankland has joined our team. Welcome Lawrence, we look forward to working with you.”
Shankland and Dundee United return to action this weekend when the Arabs host Partick Thistle in the Scottish Cup third round, managed by former Tannadice boss Ian McCall.
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