Plymouth Argyle have secured deals to sign two strikers from both halves of Glasgow.
Cillian Sheridan has moved to Home Park from Celtic on loan until January, where he made 14 appearances scoring four goals.
The Republic of Ireland Under 21 international has also had a successful loan spell at Motherwell earlier this year.
The other signature is that of former Norwich and Blackpool striker Alan Gow from Glasgow Rangers. The permanent deal for the striker has been signed for an undisclosed fee.
QPR were reportedly interested in the striker prior to him signing for the Gers back in 2007, and today he penned a two year deal with Argyle to further bolster their attacking options.
Both deals are subject to international clearance, but both are due to feature against Queens Park Rangers tomorrow afternoon.
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