TL;DR for Thursday, January 11

TL;DR for Thursday, January 11

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TL;DR. To long; didn’t read. A helpful, internet tool to get you through everything you need to know from the Scottish sports media. 

 

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Ross McCrorie has been ruled out of Rangers’ friendly clashes with Atletico Mineiro and Corinthians after injuring his foot, after colliding with an advertising board at the club’s training camp in Florida.

 

The Scotsman are reporting that the Scottish FA are prepared to make Michael O’Neill the highest paid Scotland manager in history.

 

Hibernian have reportedly rejected a six-figure bid from Turkish side Elazigspor for striker Simon Murray.

 

Aberdeen have completed the loan signing of Manchester City forward Chidi Nwakali, subject to a work permit.

 

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Derek McInnes believes anything less than another treble would be perceived as a disappointment this season for Celtic.

 

Hearts hope to sign Manchester United youngster Demetri Mitchell on loan to fix their left-back problems.

 

The Sun are reporting that Motherwell hope to bring  Ben Heneghan back on loan from Sheffield United.

 

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Brendan Rodgers will mull over  Odsonne Edouard’s £7 million buy-out clause at the end of the season.

 

Michael O’Halloran will speak to Graeme Murty about about getting his Rangers career back on track in the coming weeks.


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