Rise and shine! Every morning we rundown all of the top headlines in Scottish football…
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.
Scotland lost their first of two summer friendlies 2-0 to Peru last night.
ESPN Mexico are reporting that Rangers forward Carlos Pena has checked himself in to a rehab in Mexico after he was caught urinating in to a fountain while on loan at Cruz Azul.
According to the Daily Express (print edition), Rangers have had two bids for Brighton defender Connor Goldson rejected and now face competition from a number of clubs that have been asked to be kept updated of his situation.
Celtic’s on-loan striker, Odsonne Edouard, was identified by police as being involved in an incident that saw a passer-by being injured with an air-gun last summer. The French youngster was initially sentenced to four months in prison but the Toulouse Court of Appeal is in the process of considering the case and will decide the player’s fate on June 28, according to the Daily Record.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost, Barney Crockett, has stated that the city may opt to erect something to commemorate the passing of Neale Cooper. Speaking to the Press & Journal, Crockett said: “I am sure that once we have come to terms with it there could be something suitable we can do as a city to commemorate his great fighting spirit.”
The Daily Star have linked Scotland striker Jordan Rhodes with a move to Rangers.
Sunderland’s interest in Florian Kamberi has simmered after the club were quoted a fee of £1.75 million, according to the Scotsman. Hibs have a separate clause in their deal with the Grasshoppers striker which would allow them to sign the forward for a cut-down fee.
Hibs chief executive Leeann Dempster has told the Edinburgh Evening News that the squad budget last year and this year going forward will be the biggest in the club has ever had.
Chelsea and Scotland wonder kid Bill Gilmour has admitted that had he stuck on at Rangers instead of moving to Chelsea he would now be playing first-team football in the Scottish Premiership and most likely be getting bullied by Scott Brown. Speaking to the Scotsman, the young Scot said: “He’s the best midfielder in Scotland by far so if I had to go up against him, I’d have no chance.”
Aside from that Scotland result there isn’t too much nonsense to report!