Australia, South Africa and Cyprus among destinations
the country’s inaugural Premier League which kicks off in April.
The left-back scored the goal that guaranteed Dundee’s survival last season with an early strike in a 1-0 win over Hamilton in May.
That wasn’t enough to convince manager Neil McCann to keep him and he moved to Cypriot football with FC Pafos. However, they are battling near the foot of the table this season.
Despite playing his last game for Dundee in October 2016, Low’s contract only came to an end last summer. He joined Derry City shortly after that following a successful loan to the Irish side.
Now, however, he has returned to Scotland and will face the Dark Blues this Saturday when his new club Queen of the South come to Dens Park in the Scottish Cup.
The boyhood Dundee fan’s dream move didn’t turn out as well as he’d hoped with just three goals in 14 games. He’s enjoying a better time of it in South Africa, however, as his Bidwest Vits side lead the way at the top of the table and could well be playing in the African Champions League next campaign.
The Dark Blues have struggled to replace O’Hara’s athleticism and physicality in the midfield since he departed – that’s been Peterborough’s gain, however.
He got off to a flyer with three goals in his first two matches and has played 29 times this season.
Wolters returned to Holland with NEC where he suffered a serious knee injury in pre-season. He’s since returned to training but is yet to feature for the club.