Queens Park Rangers have confirmed the temporary departure of goalkeeper Seny Dieng.
The 24-year-old has left the Championship side to move north of the border, signing on-loan to Scottish Premiership side Dundee.
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Dieny has been at the London club since 2016 after successfully passing a trail and has been in their development squad since.
This is the goalkeeper’s second loan spell of the season having been at Stevenage for the first half of the campaign.
While at the League Two outfit, he notched 16 appearances for the club he leaves 11th in the fourth tier.
Dieng underwent a medical on Thursday morning at Dens Park with the move now officially completed.
Dundee are currently bottom of the Scottish top division on ten points as Dieng looks to impress during his time at the club and lift them off the bottom of the table.
This is a wise move for Dieng as first-team chances were not being made available for him with Joe Lumley and Matt Ingram both vying for the starting berth in the first-team.
With the pair firmly the main two in contention for the first-team spot between the sticks, manager Steve McClaren has deemed it necessary to again sanction the departure of Dieng in order for him to get first-team football.
The 24-year-old will seemingly do so north of the border having had a relatively successful spell at Stevenage during the first half of the campaign.