Huddersfield Town have agreed a deal to sign Dundee United left back Paul Dixon on a free transfer.
The 25-year-old, who was out of contract at Tannadice, has signed for three years with the Championship side.
"Paul turned down a number of other Championship clubs to join us, which I believe speaks volumes about the football club," his new manager, Simon Grayson, told Huddersfield Town’s official website.
“He is a left-back with lots of games behind him for both Dundee and Dundee United who also has international experience with Scotland.
"He will be a good addition to our squad for the upcoming season and many beyond."
Dixon joined Dundee United from city rivals Dundee in 2008 and made 145 appearances for the Terrors, scoring five goals.
Scotland boss Craig Levein included the player in his first squad as manager in a friendly against the Czech Republic in March 2010, but Dixon didn’t feature.
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