Ben Hutchinson has moved to Dundee until the end of the season
Dundee have bolstered their attack by signing Celtic striker Ben Hutchinson on loan until the end of the season.
But defender Chris Casement has left Dens Park to join Linfield on loan.
The 22-year-old Hutchinson, a regular scorer in Celtic's reserves, joined from Middlesbrough two years ago and his contract runs until 2011.
But he struggled to establish himself under previous Celtic boss Gordon Strachan and new manager Tony Mowbray has allowed him to move on loan.
Hutchinson joined Boro from Arnold Town in 2006 and scored on his Premier League debut against Manchester City.
He also spent a loan spell at English League One outfit Swindon Town at the start of this season.
The 22-year-old Casement, capped once for Northern Ireland and who joined Dundee on a three-year deal after leaving Ipswich in the summer, has made just four appearances for the First Division leaders.
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