Dundee United boss Tam Courts has been given permission to talk to Rijeka after the Croatian club made a formal approach for him. Courts were appointed last season and led the team to fourth in the Scottish Premiership and a place in the Europa Conference League next season. He was the head of tactical performance earlier before being in charge of Kelty Hearts for five seasons. Rijeka finished fourth in the Croatian League while they finished runners-up in the Cup.

“I don’t think Tam Courts gets enough credit for just how good a manager he is. He’s come in as an underdog and someone who was having a lot of questions asked of him,” former Dundee United defender Mark Reynolds said about Tam Courts. “That spell we had at the start of the season was really strong and silenced a few of the critics. It was very calculated, he knew what he wanted from the players and the players knew the messages they were getting from him. It was very consistent. He won’t put in young guys just to fill a quota, but puts them in because he believes they’re good enough.”

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