Rise and shine! Every morning we rundown all of the top headlines in Scottish football…
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.
The Daily Mail are reporting that Dave King plans to bring more investors to Rangers in a bid to raise further transfer funds for Steven Gerrard. The Daily Record believe such investors will replace Paul Murray and Barry Scott on the Rangers board.
Brendan Rodgers has gave his strongest hint yet that Moussa Dembele may leave Celtic this summer. When asked about the Frenchman’s future in Glasgow, the Celtic manager said: “We wouldn’t want to lose him, but you have to think he’s a big talent and something may happen in the summer. We try and have the next one lined up.”
Jack Ross is hoping Hibs sell John McGinn this summer. If they do his former club, St Mirren, will received 30% of the transfer fee. Ross stated such a bonus would be a “magic one for the board.”
Celtic are expected to sign Dundee goalkeeper Scott Bain on a permanent deal in the coming days.
Neil Lennon’s agent has echoed his client’s concerns about Gerrard’s potential move to Rangers, stating that it would be a risk if he isn’t given assurances over available funds.
Steven Pressley has been offered a two-year extension to his deal at Cyprus club FC Pafos after steering them away from relegating, the Daily Record are reporting.
Andy Robertson has become the first Scot to play in a Champions League final since Paul Lambert.
Gordon Smith thinks Steven Gerrard is a bigger name than Brendan Rodgers. He’s wrong – they’re both 13 letters long…