TL;DR news for Tuesday, March 27

TL;DR news for Tuesday, March 27

By TheTwoPointOne

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Scott McTominay could still opt to play for England until he’s played a competitive match for Scotland. However, Scotland manager Alex McLeish isn’t worried about the Manchester United player making the switch.


Celtic midfielder Stuart Armstrong refused to talk about his future, stating “I’m not going to talk about that just now” when asked about his contract expiring this month.


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According to the Glasgow Herald, Jack Ross would love to keep Hearts on-loan defender, Liam Smith, at St Mirren beyond this current season.


Scott Brown will play a testimonial match against the Republic of Ireland a day after the Scottish Cup final. Some of the money raised from the match will go to the family of Liam Miller.


Callum McGregor has admitted that he still watched every Scotland game under Gordon Strachan’s reign – even when he didn’t get called up to the squad. He said: “The day we played England at Hampden, I sat watching it with a pal just thinking, ‘Wow, what a game that would have been to be part of.'”


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Harry Redknapp, who hasn’t coached in the Premier League since 2015, says he’d love to see Scott Sinclair return to Bournemouth this summer.


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