Dundee United manager Ray McKinnon describes the arrival of Rangers goalkeeper Cammy Bell as a "marquee signing" that could save the Terrors at least 10 points a season.
Scottish Championship side Dundee United have confirmed the signing of goalkeeper Cammy Bell from Rangers on a two-year deal.
The 29-year-old has negotiated an early release from his contract at Ibrox, where he had been for three seasons.
"If you get your goalkeeper right, it can save you 10 points a season at least," Terrors manager Ray McKinnon told BBC Sport.
"We targeted Cammy and we had to work hard behind the scenes. It was nearly hijacked at the last minute.
"It is a marquee signing for us and - as you can tell - I am absolutely delighted."
Bell, who has one Scotland cap, did not make a single appearance for Rangers last season after manager Mark Warburton signed Wes Foderingham.
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