TL;DR news for Monday, May 28

TL;DR news for Monday, May 28

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 central defender Erik Sviatchenko has completed a permanent move to FC Midtjylland after impressing on loan this season. Neither club disclosed how much the player moved for.


The Daily Record are reporting that Parma are interested in signing Liam Henderson. The SerieA club have apparently been impressed with the 22-year old’s form since moving to Bari in January.


Aberdeen are battling against five English sides for the signature of Jason Naismith, according to the Scottish Sun. However Ross County are hopeful of keeping hold of their defender.


Hibs chief executive Leeann Dempster has turned down an offer to move to Plymouth Argyle, according to the Daily Record.


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According to today’s Daily Mirror (print edition), Celtic are interested in Stoke City midfielder, Joe Allan, however the recently relegated side believe the player will opt to stay in England this summer.


Rangers have been told they’ll need to fork over £3 million if they want to sign Brighton defender Connor Goldson, according to the Daily Record.


The Scottish Sun believe new Sunderland manager Jack Ross will attempt to sign John McGinn and Kyle Magennis this summer.


St Mirren are hoping to speak to Jim Goodwin, Jim McIntyre, Robbie Neilson and David Hopkin, according to BBC Scotland.


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Scott McTominay is still being asked if he’ll ditch Scotland for England, since he still hasn’t played a competitive fixture for Alex McLeish’s side. He said he won’t.

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