TL;DR News for Tuesday, June 12

TL;DR News for Tuesday, June 12

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 Daily Mail are reporting that Rangers will battle with Spartak Moscow for the signature of 21-year-old Croatian centre back Nikola Katic.


Aberdeen are poised to make a move for Ross County’s Jason Naismith, according to the Press and Journal. Captain Andrew Davies may follow him out the door too.


Hearts have entered the race to sign Newcastle United’s goalkeeper Freddie Woodman on loan,  report the Daily Record.


The same newspaper believe that Livingston will hold talks with Kenny Miller about the vacant manager’s position at the Toni Macaroni Arena.


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The Scottish Sun are reporting that Celtic’s Eboue Kouassi could be set to leave Parkhead, with teams from Germany, France and Belgium all interested.


Craig Levein has told the Edinburgh Evening News that despite the influx of strikers at Tynecastle this summer, Kyle Lafferty will still play a big role next season.


Rangers are unlikely to complete a loan move for Liverpool’s Harry Wilson after Fulham and Huddersfield expressed an interest in signing the midfielder on a permanent contract, according to the Scottish Sun.


Ex-Rangers striker Steven Lennon is now the top scoring foreign player in the Icelandic top flight, with a total of 54 goals.


Partick Thistle have completed the signing of Cammy Bell and are now looking at Craig Halkett, according to the Evening Times.


 You don’t need to worry about this


Nadir Ciftci looks set to return to Turkey after a difficult few seasons in Scotland. It’s unlikely he’ll be sorely missed.

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