Rotherham United have agreed a fee to sign midfielder Jamie Lindsay from Scottish side Ross County, a report from Football Insider has claimed.

It was reported earlier this summer that Rotherham United were interested in Ross County midfielder Jamie Lindsay, eyeing him up in the early stages of the transfer window as they prepared for the departure of midfielder Will Vaulks. Now, it has been revealed with Vaulks long gone, a fee to sign Lindsay from Ross County has been agreed.

Rotherham United will reportedly pay £300,000 to sign the midfielder from Scottish side Ross County this summer and he will now travel to the club to hold talks over a contract to try and complete a deal ahead of the upcoming campaign.

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Lindsay played 49 times for Ross County across all competitions in the 2018/19 season, scoring an impressive nine goals and providing four assists from central midfield, as the club finished top of the pile in the Scottish Championship, winning promotion to the top tier.

Lindsay started his career in the youth academy at Celtic, heading out on loan spells with Dumbarton, Greenock Morton and Ross County – who he went on to join permanently, Lindsay has played 80 times for Ross County since first joining.

Should the Millers complete a deal for Lindsay, the Scot looks to be a decent replacement for midfielder Will Vaulks, who departed the club earlier on this summer to make a move to Cardiff City after Rotherham’s relegation.

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With a fee agreed, it awaits to be seen if Rotherham United can close a deal for Lindsay with the new League One season just a matter of weeks away.

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