BUCKIE Thistle have agreed a deal with Inverurie Locos for the sale of midfielder Chris Angus.
And Jags could be set to take in Locos goalkeeper Ryan Booth as part of the deal.
The transfer has not yet been confirmed, with Angus understood to be discussing personal terms with the Harlaw Park outfit.
Buckie boss Graeme Stewart placed Angus and goalkeeper Ross Salmon on the transfer list last week.
With Salmon set to leave Jags, Stewart has quickly made his move for a replacement in 19-year-old ex-Dundee United keeper Booth.
A Jags spokesperson said: “Buckie Thistle have agreed a deal with Inverurie Locos for the transfer of Chris Angus for an undisclosed fee.
“Chris has been given permission to discuss the move with Locos and as part of the deal Buckie have been given permission to have talks with goalkeeper Ryan Booth.”