HUNTLY midfielder Craig Dorrat is on the wanted list of Lossiemouth manager Stevie Dunn.
Fresh from signing teenage striker Gordon Hooker, and close to completing a deal for defender Grant Mitchell, Dunn is keen to further strengthen his squad by luring Dorrat to Grant Park.
Huntly have already rejected one Lossie bid for the transfer-listed player, and are currently mulling over a second bid lodged by the Coasters over the past few days.
“That’s two offers we’ve put in now, so we’re waiting to hear if the latest one is acceptable,” Dunn said.
Left-sided Dorrat is up for grabs after failing to command a regular place in Dave McGinlay’s Huntly team in the player’s second spell at the club.
If the two clubs can agree a fee for the Keith-based 24-year-old, he could play against his former club Turriff United this weekend.
Dunn revealed he snapped up ‘Gordy’ Hooker (18) on Monday night on a free transfer, with the pacy ex-Clach youth team player seen as one for the future.
“He’s young and he’s quick, so that ticks the right boxes for me,” Dunn said. “Rab (Lossie coach Mulheron) told me the lad was a free agent so we’ve taken him in.”
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