Aberdeen sign Wales international Simon Church on loan from MK Dons
David Goodwillie has joined Premiership rivals Ross County on loan.
Aberdeen have signed Simon Church on-loan from English Championship side MK Dons until the end of the season with David Goodwillie heading to Ross County on loan.
The 27-year-old Wales internationalist, who has 33 caps for his nation, is the second new arrival at Pittodrie during the January transfer window.
Church has featured 27 times for Karl Robinson's side this season, scoring three goals in the process.
The striker could be in line for a call-up to the Welsh squad this summer ahead of their trip to France for Euro 2016.
He scored his first senior goal on the international stage in a 3-0 friendly win at home to Scotland in 2009. The defeat signalled the end of George Burley's reign as Scotland manager.
Striker Goodwillie has departed to join the Staggies on loan after Jim McIntyre's men reached the League Cup final.
Meanwhile, Danny Ward, Paul Quinn, Jamie Henry and Lukas Culjak have departed Pittodrie in the run-up to transfer deadline day.