TL;DR for Thursday, January 4

TL;DR for Thursday, January 4

By TheTwoPointOne

TL;DR news is where you’ll find every Scottish football news story and rumours ranked in order of significance. 

 

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On Wednesday, Rangers confirmed the signing of midfielder Sean Goss on loan from QPR. The 22-year-old has joined the Ibrox club until the end of the season.

 

Motherwell made their first signing of the January window, with Portsmouth striker Curtis Main making the move to Fir Park on an 18-month contract.

 

Dundee United were also active in the January window, signing former Kilmarnock midfielder Craig Slater on loan until the end of the season from Colchester United.

 

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Reports from Mexico claim that Carlos Pena is close to a reunion with former Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha, who is now the manager of Cruz Azul.

 

Hearts are no longer interested in signing Jack Byrne from Wigan. However, the English side are still keen on signing Jamie Walker from the Jam Tarts. This is one to watch.

 

The Daily Record reports that Rangers are being frustrated by red tape in their efforts to recall Andy Halliday from his loan spell in Azerbaijan.

 

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Kieran Tierney is on holiday in Tenerife and turned up to a Celtic supporters’ club in a retro Celtic shirt.

 


 

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