TL;DR for Monday, August 6

TL;DR for Monday, August 6

By TheTwoPointOne

Rise and shine! Every morning we rundown all of the top headlines in Scottish football and fill you in on what you need to know and what isn’t all that important. This is TL;DR news.

 

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Neil Lennon has admitted that Sunday’s win over Motherwell may be John McGinn’s last match for Hibernian. Speaking after the game, the Hibs boss said: “I don’t know if that’ll be his last game. It’s going to be a fraught couple of days for him.”

 

The Scottish Sun are reporting that Ryan Jack was taken to hospital last night, following a head knock with Aberdeen striker Stevie May.

 

Celtic midfielder Oilivier Ntcham should shake off an ankle injury before the club’s first leg against AEK Athens, according to the Scottish Sun. Brendan Rodgers is already without  Dedryck Boyata and Moussa Dembele for the game.

 

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The Daily Record are reporting that Rangers are closing in on a £2.2 million bid for  Croatian full-back Borna Barisic. The NK Osijek left back impressed Steven Gerrard in their recent Europa League qualifier.

 

Derek McInnes rubbished speculative rumours linking Celtic with Aberdeen central defender Scott McKenna, before stating that Sunday’s injury may well mean the player won’t be going anywhere this summer. McInnes said: “He’s not moving great anyway, because of his hamstring! But I think he will be here with us with the window closes.”

 

The Scottish Sun are reporting that Burton Albion are interested in taking Greg Docherty on loan this season.

 

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Everyone seems to have a clear opinion on whether Alfredo Morelos deserved a red card or not in Sunday’s clash with Aberdeen. Except his manager. After the game Gerrard said the world was against his side before admitting:  “When you react like that, you leave officials with decisions to make.” Hmm…

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