Dundee manager Alan Kernaghan will let World Cup-bound goalkeeper Kelvin Jack leave if an offer comes in. The Dens Park club also expect to lose winger Iain Anderson to St Mirren.
Jack, 30, is under contract until the end of the season but such is Kernaghan's desire to re-shape his squad he will let the Trinidadian go if it frees up space to bring in his own men.
Jack was on the verge of the sack last November after failing to return on time from international duty but was given a reprieve.
But it seems that following the emergence of teenage keeper Scott Murray and Derek Soutar's imminent return from injury, Jack will be allowed to leave.
Kernaghan said: "I'm open to offers for almost everyone, apart from the kids. I actually think Kelvin has been doing really well but Scott Murray has the jersey now and Derek Soutar is not far away from coming back."
Anderson was expected to complete a move to St Mirren last night while Gavin Swankie is close to agreeing a loan deal with Forfar.
"Ando has never really shown the form we all know he's capable of," said Kernaghan. "Maybe moving clubs is the best thing for him. He's a Glasgow boy and a change of scenery will do him good." Kernaghan has now registered as a player himself.