TL;DR news for Friday, May 11

TL;DR news for Friday, May 11

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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Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon is a major doubt for Sunday’s end-of-season clash with Aberdeen but could still make the Scottish Cup final against Motherwell the following weekend.


Burnley and Cardiff are both interested in signing Rangers forward Josh Windass this summer. The Ibrox star reportedly has a minimum fee release clause of £3 million.


The Daily Record are reporting that Steve Gerrard is hoping to beat West Ham, Celtic and a number of other clubs to the signing of Hibs midfielder John McGinn this summer.


Dylan McGeouch will leave Easter Road at the end of the season after agreeing a deal with Blackburn Rover, according to the Daily Mail.


The Daily Mail are also reporting that Bournemouth are interesting in signing Celtic defender Kieran Tierney for £20 million.


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Scott Brown has stated that there’s very little chance of him retiring within the next three or four years.


The Herald are reporting that Neil Lennon will demand money to replace up to six departing first team players this summer if he is to stay on as Hibernian boss.


Dundee United and Livingston face one another tonight in the second leg of their Premiership play-off semi-final. United lost the first leg 3-2.


Kyle Lafferty would become the first Hearts player since John Robertson to reach 20 goals in a single season if he scores on Sunday.


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No nonsense to report today. Enjoy your weekend!

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