TL;DR news for Wednesday, January 31

TL;DR news for Wednesday, January 31

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The Daily Mail (print edition) are reporting that Celtic hope to sign Dundee’s Jack Hendry for around £1 million, as well as goalkeeper Scott Bain on loan.

 

Chinese Super League club Beijing Renhe have upped their offer for Alfredo Morelos to £7.5 million and are offering wages of £27,000 per week after tax, but Rangers are still rejecting their advances according to the Daily Record.

 

The Record are also reporting that Celtic have made an offer of £375,000 for Motherwell’s Trevor Carson and have set a deadline of 2pm today for the Lanarkshire club to get back to them. Arsenal’s Emiliano Martinez is a back up if the bid is rejected.

 

Dundee have taken defender Mart Raterink on trial in the hope of signing him as a replacement if Hendry is sold today, according to the Evening Telegraph.

 

The Edinburgh Evening News are reporting that Sion defensive midfielder Joaquim Adao could join Hearts on loan before the end of the transfer window.

 

Manchester United midfielder Matty Willock is set to join St Johnstone on loan, report the Scottish Sun.

 

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The Evening Telegraph are reporting that Dundee United are interested in re-signing Danny Swanson from Hibs, however the forward would prefer to stay in the Scottish Premiership.

 

The Daily Record believe the Scottish FA plan to redevelop Hampden Park with help from Glasgow City Council and the perception that they are considering Murrayfield is no more than a smokescreen.

 

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