TL;DR news for Thursday, April 26

TL;DR news for Thursday, April 26

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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 You need to know this


The Scottish Sun are reporting that both Allan McGregor and Scott Arfield will complete moves to Rangers before the end of the week. The return of McGregor will also prompt Wes Foderingham to leave the club this summer, according to the newspaper.


The Scottish Sun also believe that Steven Gerrard is in talks with the Ibrox side to become their next manager. The former Liverpool captain only retired from football in 2016 and has been coaching the club’s U18 side.


Craig Levein has confirmed that Jon McLaughlin will leave Hearts this summer and The Scotsman believe he could end up replacing McGregor at Hull City.


Another Tynecastle star that could be moving south is John Souttar. The Hearts defender has attracted the interest of Derby County, according to the Scottish Sun.


 You might want to know this


Scott McTominay and Andy Robertson are both set to miss Scotland’s coming friendlies with Peru and Mexico due to their clubs progressing to the FA Cup and Champions League finals respectively.


The Herald are reporting that Alex McLeish is set to have another meeting with Brendan Rodgers about the availability of Celtic players for the games, but Kieran Tierney and James Forrest are expected to stay in Scotland.


The Daily Record are reporting that Rangers have completely ignored demands from representatives of both Lee Wallace and Kenny Miller to explain why they have “booted out of Ibrox.”


You don’t need to worry about this


Barry Ferguson is struggling to comprehend the point of a Director of Football, stating that Rangers shouldn’t be buying players before they have settled on a new manager.

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