CELTIC defender and youth product Calvin Miller’s deal with Dundee was abruptly cancelled on Sunday as Dundee begin a clearout of talent ahead of the January window.
Calvin’s deal was to run for the whole season after former Dee’s Boss Neil McCann brought him in during the summer window.
With the team struggling and McCann axed as manager, it is now up to Jim McIntyre to make sure Dundee do not fall out of the SPFL.
The former Ross County man has been told he WILL be backed in the January window to make changes to his side.
With that in mind, he has chosen not to keep Calvin on for the rest of the season with Celtic happily obliging.
Miller started his career as an attacker but has been playing as a left back the last couple of seasons under Brendan Rodgers.
Miller has played back up to Kieran Tierney on occasion before the Dundee loan deal.
It’s not clear if Calvin will come back into the fold or perhaps go out on another loan.