TL;DR News for Monday, June 18

TL;DR News for Monday, June 18

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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Jason Holt could be on his way out of Ibrox. The Scottish Sun are reporting that Fleetwood Town – managed by former teammates Joey Barton and Clint Hill – are interested in completing a deal.


Lazio will be keeping a close eye on Celtic’s Dedryck Boyata at the World Cup, according to the Daily Record.


Staying with the champions, the print edition of the Herald are reporting that Stuart Armstrong is almost certain to leave Celtic Park this summer, with Southampton interested.


Steven Gerrard has told the MailOnline that Rangers’ fitness must improve and identified it as the “thing that struck me most” about the club last season.


There are reports that five Rangers players haven’t travelled with the rest of the squad to their Spanish training camp. Lee Wallace, Jason Holt, Eduardo Herrera, Fabio Cardoso and Harry Forrester have all been left at home, according to the Daily Star.



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The Edinburgh Evening News are reporting that John Souttar, who missed the last couple of games of the season, will report to pre-season training with Hearts on Thursday but doubts over his fitness remain.


Hibs’ pre-season preparations for the Europa League qualifiers will begin today as the squad return for their first full training session. According to the Edinburgh Evening News, internationals like John McGinn have been given some extra time off.


Rangers’ Michael O’Halloran has completed his move to Australian A-League side Melbourne City.


And the Ibrox club’s director of football Mark Allen has told the Scottish Sun that the club might be busy until the final day of the transfer window and that the club are “always in dialogue” over new players.



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Kyle Lafferty has told the Daily Record that he regrets giving ex-managers stick as he takes his first steps into coaching.

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