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Donaldson linked with move to Ross County from Highland rivals Inverness Caledonian Thistle


By Andrew Henderson

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Inverness Caledonian Thistle defender Coll Donaldson could be about to make the short move to Dingwall.

Reports emerged yesterday suggesting that the 24-year-old had agreed a pre-contract deal with Ross County, with the Staggies trying to agree a fee for the centre-back to move this month.

Inverness Caledonian Thistle defender Coll Donaldson (left) has been linked with a move to Ross County. Picture: Ken Macpherson
Inverness Caledonian Thistle defender Coll Donaldson (left) has been linked with a move to Ross County. Picture: Ken Macpherson

County officials have not confirmed that a deal is in place, with co-manager Steven Ferguson saying earlier in the week: “Like everybody else, we would be looking to strengthen if we could.

“There are targets we like, players we would like to bring to the football club, and we have asked the question.

“At the moment there is nothing that close that we would speak about it to other people.”

Donaldson (pictured) has made 103 appearances in all competitions for Caley Thistle since joining in the summer of 2017.

Donaldson is not the only defender that has been linked with a move away from ICT, as Shaun Rooney is reportedly attracting interest from Dundee on a pre-contract deal too.

County are also reportedly attempting to secure a loan move for Rangers’ 20-year-old winger Glenn Middleton.


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