The transfer window is closer to being shut, and teams are frantically trying to get players in.

As we reach the midway point of the final day to sign players in Scotland, let’s look at some deals which have been done.

Championship promotion candidates Dundee United have been extremely busy.

They have added three players to their squad, and after earlier completing the signing of Peter Pawlett from MK Dons, they have also signed Calum Butcher, who returns to the club for a second spell and Mark Connolly who joins from Crawley Town.

New Dundee United signing Mark Connolly in action for Kilmarnock (Photo by Jeff Holmes/Getty Images)

Robbie Neilson’s side certainly look to be going all out for promition.

One of Dundee United’s main rivals for promotion, Ayr United, have also been busy.

They have completed the signing of Livingston winger Nicky Cadden on loan for the rest of the season.

Livingston’s Nicky Cadden, who has completed a move to Ayr United (photo by David Young/Action Plus via Getty Images)

In the Scottish Premiership, there have also been some intriguing moves.

Former Hearts and Dundee United man Ryan McGowan has joined Dundee in what looks to be a good bit of business.

 

Jim McIntyre’s side have also signed Ethan Robson, on loan from Sunderland.

Meanwhile at St Johnstone it’s been a case of one in and out.

Goalkeeper Cammy Bell has joined on loan from Partick Thistle.

Whilst midfielder Stefan Scougall has terminated his contract with the Perth side.

New St Johnstone signing Cammy Bell in his Dundee United days (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

There will no doubt be more deals to come tonight as teams frantically try to add to their squad before the window slams shut.

 

 

 

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