TL;DR for Thursday, January 18

TL;DR for Thursday, January 18

By TheTwoPointOne

Do you find the sheer amount of news and transfer rumours on the internet quite overwhelming? Well, TL;DR is here to filter through it all for your convenience.

 

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The Scottish Sun is reporting that Rangers are considering a second loan move for Bournemouth midfielder Emerson Hyndman. The American was a big success at Ibrox last season.

 

Liam Henderson has joined Italian Serie B side Bari on a permanent deal from Celtic. The midfielder impressed on trial with the club.

 

🗣 Liam Henderson: “Ciao a tutti i tifosi del Bari! Forza Bari”.
Good italian, well done @li53h ⚪️🔴❤️
#welcome #benvenuto #amalabari #forzabari pic.twitter.com/FBsl43CRrX

— FC Bari 1908 (@fcb1908) January 17, 2018

 

Hearts are expected to confirm the signing of Steven Naismith on loan from Norwich City today.

 

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Kevin Clancy will be the referee for this weekend’s Scottish Cup clash between Hearts and Hibernian.

 

Marvin Compper will have to wait to make his Celtic debut after picking up a calf injury. This means the former RB Leipzig defender could be ruled out for as long as four weeks.

 

Kilmarnock have extended Stuart Findlay’s loan spell. The Newcastle United defender will now stay at Rugby Park until the end of the season.

 

Martin Canning says Rangers will need to double their £325,000 offer if they are to sign Greg Docherty in this transfer window.

 

Brendan Rodgers says he wants to sign another creative player before the January transfer window shuts. Celtic have already signed Compper and Lewis Morgan this month.

 

The Daily Record are reporting that Michael O’Neill is finally set for talks with the Scottish FA after flying into Glasgow.

 

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Russell Borthwick, chief executive of Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce, says Aberdeen’s Kingsford stadium plans would put the club on par with clubs like Barcelona.

 


 

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