As the transfer window closed last night there was a staggering amount of last minute signings, here are the signings you may have missed in the Scottish Premiership.
Ross McCrorie has joined the dons on a permanent basis and Scott Wright has officially joined Rangers for an undisclosed fee. Striker Florian Kamberi from St Gallen, signed for the dons and is waiting for international clearance. Curtis Main departed from the club after serving two years with the dons. The club also signed St Johnstone player, Callum Hendry on loan for the rest of the season as well as French Ligue 1 player Fraser Hornby. The Dons also announced that they would be sending Bruce Anderson on loan to Hamilton Accies for the remainder of the season.
Celtic had a relatively quiet deadline day this season as they only made one signing for the men’s team in the form of JonJoe Kenny from Everton and sent Olivier Ntcham on loan to Olympique de Marseille.
Midfielder Stevie Mallan departed Hibs to join Turkish Super Lig club Yeni Malatyaspor on loan until the end of the season. Jamie Gullen also followed suit and departed the club to join Raitj Rovers as their new striker until the end of the season.
Kilmarnock signed Arsenal player Zech Medley on loan until the end of the season and he was accompanied by Brandon Pierrick who is at the club on loan from Crystal Palace.
The steelmen announced yesterday that Charles Dunne, Robbie Crawford and Scotland internationalist Stephen O’Donnell have all extended their contracts until the end of the season. The club also announced the signing of Eddie Nolan on loan from Crewe Alexandra and Hearts player Jordan Roberts, who is also at the club on loan.
Rangers have formed a pre-season deal with AFC Bournemouth player Nnamdi Ofoborh, which will see the player join the club on a four year basis after the summer. He isn’t the only AFC Bournemouth player to join Rangers as Jack Simpson has joined the Ibrox side for four and a half years. The club also have loaned out their players George Edmundson to Derby County and Brandon Baker to Oxford United.
St Johnstone were able to sign 21s midfielder Charlie Gilmour until the end of the season and St Johnstone keeper, David Wotherspoon signed a contract extension keeping him with the club until 2023.