Inverness CT have also been on the lookout for young and promising players from their youth academy and have signed a whopping 10 new players from their youth academy.
Following their wonder season in 2014 they have endured a run of bad luck and were relegated from the Scottish Premiership in 2017. However, the Inverness supporters should be optimistic as the signing of their youth academy players could bring about a revival of the Caley Jags fortunes.
Chalmers is a Scottish player from Dingwall Academy and has played for Inverness since he was at the young age of 14. Chalmers is a whole year older than each of the other signings which can be a positive thing as he has better experience than all the other youngsters.
Kieran is a midfielder and will be a great addition to the first team of Inverness CT.
Daniel MacKay is a top striker from Millburn Academy and has been heavily involved with the Scotland Schoolboys under 18s squad. He has stood out among the other players. He has even managed to break into the first team squad. MacKay is the youngest player ever to score and even to play for the club.
Along with these two fantastic players Inverness have made plenty of other signings including four defenders, three midfielders and one striker. The defenders are Gabriel Hastings, Ryan Fyffe, Cameron Harper and Harry Nicolson.
The midfielders are Roddy MacGregor, Jack Brown and Ross Gunn. The striker is Roddy Kennedy.
Manager John Robertson has stated that he is very excited to have such a good array of young talent to rely on and he is encouraging them to make a mark in the under 18s development squad so that they can be called up to the first team.