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Canadian midfielder Victor Loturi becomes first summer signing in Dingwall as Ross County manager Malky Mackay begins recruitment drive


By Andrew Henderson

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Ross County have confirmed that Victor Loturi has become their first signing of the summer transfer window.

The 21-year-old joins from Canadian side Cavalry FC on a three year deal after playing consistently in his home country's top flight.

Ross County have brought their first new signing of the summer to the Global Energy Stadium.
Ross County have brought their first new signing of the summer to the Global Energy Stadium.

Loturi made his Canadian Premier League debut in 2019, before attending Mount Royal University in 2020 and re-joining Cavalry via draft selection last year.

Last season, he made 37 appearances for the Cavs, making enough of an impression to convince Malky Mackay to bring him to Dingwall.

Loturi has already joined up with the Staggies squad following a successful visa application, and will head to the pre-season training camp in Italy with the rest of the team this weekend.

Malky Mackay said, “Victor is a really exciting young talent that we are delighted to bring to Ross County.

"At 21 he has really good and valuable experience in the men’s game and is a player we feel we can help develop over the next period of his career.

“I personally would like to thank Cavalry FC for making this process so easy for Victor and ourselves.

"When we scouted Victor we opened dialogue very quickly and we have spent a significant amount of time watching him which only built up our excitement to bring him to the Highlands.”


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