TL;DR news for Tuesday, April 24

TL;DR news for Tuesday, April 24

By TheTwoPointOne

Start the day with a quick and easy breakdown of all the headlines swirling around Scottish football. This is TL;DR news.


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Aberdeen have been granted planning permission for a new stadium and training complex at Kingsford by Aberdeen City Council. The club now hope to begin construction in June.


John McGinn has suggested that he may not leave Hibs this summer, stating that he has one year left on his contract and that it would take something special for him to leave before then. He told the Scotsman: “I’ve never hidden the fact I am ambitious at some point. But that does not have to be now.”


However, the Hibs midfielder has admitted that the constant comparisons to Scott Brown have begun to bother him.  “It’s something that bugs me a wee bit, getting compared to him,” said McGinn. “We’re good pals off the park and we’re different players. He has something different to me and I have something different to him.”


The Stoke Sentinel expect Paul Lambert to stay on at Stoke even if the club are relegated from the English Premier League.


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The Scottish Sun are reporting that Celtic, Rangers and Swansea City are interested in signing Dundee’s Glen Kamara.


The Daily Mail believe Rangers are interested in signing James McArthur from Crystal Palace this summer.


Motherwell forward Curtis Main should be fine for the club’s Scottish Cup final after a scan showed that the forward had not fractured his wrist after a fall in Monday’s training session.


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The ever-resourceful Daily Record have found a video from 2016 of Rangers target, Scott Arfield, singing “Simply The Best” alongside Joey Barton.


Scott Brown was in a mischievous mood at Celtic’s new kit launch on Monday night, stating that the club’s rivals, Rangers, were no longer the second best team in Scotland.


Steven Gerrard’s odds of becoming Rangers manager have gone from 25/1 to 8/1. Which is apparently newsworthy.

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