TL;DR for Monday, July 23

TL;DR for Monday, July 23

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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The Scottish Sun are reporting that Hibs rejected a third bid from Celtic for John McGinn late last week. According to the newspaper, the Scottish champions offered £2 million just hours before Hibs’ clash with Runavik in the Europa League. The bid was rejected as the Easter Road side hold out for £4 million.


Rangers have signed Liverpool youngster Ryan Kent on loan for the season. The 21-year-old winger spent last season on loan at Freiburg and Bristol City.


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Thomas Agyepong will become Hibs’ fourth signing of the summer when he joins the club on loan from Manchester City, according to the Daily Record.


The Evening Times are reporting that Mikael Lustig will return from his holidays this week in order to take part in the coming Champions League clash against Rosenborg. Although, Dedryck Boyata still remains on his break and won’t be back in time for the match.


Austrian goalkeeper Sebastian Gessl will spend this week on trial at Aberdeen, according to the Scotsman.


Sunderland manager Jack Ross has stated that the club are not interested in signing Greg Docherty on loan from Rangers. “That is not to say he is not a good player but we have other priorities,” said the former St Mirren manager.


Former Hibs and Kilmarnock boss Bobby Williamson has been told that he is now cancer-free. According to the Daily Record, the coach spent two months in India undergoing chemotherapy and radiotherapy after being diagnosed with cancerous cells in his nasal cavity.


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For about the 20th time in the past year, Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has stated that the club’s finances are nowhere near that of club’s in the English Premier League.

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