TL;DR for Wednesday, January 17

TL;DR for Wednesday, January 17

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 comfort. 

 

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The Scottish Sun are reporting that Norwich are about to launch a £500k offer for Aberdeen midfielder Kenny McLean.

 

Hearts are expected to complete the loan signing of former Kilmarnock and Rangers striker Steven Naismith in the next day or two.

 

Jack Hendry can move to Celtic, but only if Dundee get at least £1.5 million for the young central defender, according to the Daily Record. 

 

The Scottish Sun are reporting that Hibernian’s Danny Swanson could go out on loan to St Johnstone. Again.

 

Leeds are expected to make an offer for Rangers forward Josh Windass that will exceed the £500,000 bid that was proposed and rejected from Preston, according to the Daily Record.

 

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Stuart Taylor has left Rangers to join Paul Lambert’s coaching staff at Stoke City. The U-20s coach had only been in the job at Ibrox for one week before making the decision.

 

Ayr manager, Ian McCall, doesn’t believe Kilmarnock winger Jordan Jonas is worth the reported £350,000 bid offered by Rangers.

 

You don’t need to worry about this

 

Kris Commons reckons Brendan Rodgers and Celtic don’t need any marquee signings to win the treble.

 

Ian Black doesn’t appreciate the villains tag that has been applied to him within Scottish football over the course of his career.

 


 

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