According to a report from Derbyshire Live, Derby County’s 21-year-old defender Calum Macdonald is closing in on a move away from Pride Park, with League One side Blackpool keen to strike a deal.
While Championship clubs are no longer able to sign players, they are allowed to move on players. With the window for League One and League Two clubs still open, transfer business has still been rife, and Derby County’s summer dealings look set to continue.
Young defender Calum Macdonald is said to closing in on a move away from the club, with Simon Grayson keen to take him to Blackpool. The Tangerines have been busy over the course of the summer transfer window and it has paid off, judging by their impressive start to the new season.
Macdonald, 21, is yet to make his senior debut for Derby County and could be making a move away this summer. He has been named on the bench a total of 10 times across all competitions but his only experience of senior football came on loan with Barrow in the 2017/18 National League campaign. He played in 21 games across all competitions, scoring one goal along the way.
The vast majority of Macdonald’s game times has come with Derby County’s Under-23s side. He has played 57 times for the Under-23s, scoring three goals and providing four assists in the process.
Now, with Blackpool keen to strike a deal, it awaits to be seen if Derby sanction a move for Macdonald before the end of the transfer window on September 2nd.