TL;DR for Monday, January 22

TL;DR for Monday, January 22

By TheTwoPointOne

TL;DR news is where to come when you want all of the Scottish football news and transfer rumours broken down in order of importance. Enjoy!


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Kenny McLean is expected to complete a move to Norwich City this week, but will return on loan to Aberdeen for the remainder of the season.


The Daily Record are reporting (paper edition) that David Bates is a target for Sunderland and could leave Rangers on the cheap, with his contract expiring this summer.


The Scottish FA are fearful that Michael O’Neill will “snub” them and remain in charge of Northern Ireland, according to the Scottish Sun. The Daily Mail (paper edition) are reporting that Hampden expect a decision today.


Alfredo Morelos’ agent has told the Daily Record that the Colombian striker is enjoying life at Rangers and has no plans on leaving Ibrox any time soon.


Partick Thistle are expected to complete the loan signing of Bournemouth defender Baily Cargill today.


 You might want to know this


Alan Stubbs has been linked with Robbie Neilson’s old job at MK Dons.


Hearts coach, Craig Levein, suggested that their 1-0 win over Hibs had restored the “natural order of things” on Sunday.


Naturally, Neil Lennon didn’t agree. When told of the remark he stated: “It’s just a crock of c***, it’s pretty poor.”


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Aberdeen could host rugby games in their new Kingsford stadium, if the deal goes through.

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