TL;DR News for Wednesday, June 20

TL;DR News for Wednesday, June 20

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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Rangers are interested in signing former Liverpool right back Jon Flanagan as backup to James Tavernier, according to the Scottish Sun.

 

Staying with the Scottish Sun, Celtic are reportedly interested in bringing Deportivo La Coruna’s Fabian Schar to Glasgow. The centre back is currently representing Switzerland in Russia.

 

The Daily Record are reporting that Kenny Miller has agreed to enter talks with St Mirren boss Alan Stubbs, although the veteran striker could still end up taking a player-manager role at Livingston.

 

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Alan Stubbs has told the Record that he was surprised to read Gavin Reilly’s comments about leaving the club. Stubbs said that “there’s a lot more to it than meets the eye in terms of my conversations with his agent.”

 

According to the Edinburgh Evening News Austrian defender Peter Haring is expected to sign for Hearts later this week, while Northern Irish centre back Aaron Hughes has signed a one-year contract extension.

 

Sunderland manager Jack Ross is keeping tabs on Celtic’s Calvin Miller and would like to complete a loan move for the player, report the Daily Record.

 

Dundee have told the Courier that they’ve now sold more than 3,000 season tickets for the upcoming campaign.

 

Ex-Partick Thistle left back Aaron Taylor-Sinclair has joined Motherwell on a one-year deal from Plymouth Argyle.

 

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Chris Sutton reckons Celtic are a better team than their Champions League qualifier opponents Alashkert but ha warned they could face extreme heat in Armenia.

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