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.
Cardiff City are interested in bringing Josh Windass to Wales as the club prepare for life in England’s top flight. The print edition of the Daily Express are reporting that the Rangers midfielder has a £3 million release clause in his contract.
Dundee United will receive a six-figure windfall after Stuart Armstrong finalised a move to Southampton, according to the Evening Telegraph.
Brendan Rodgers has told the Herald that potential signing Moses Odubajo would be a risk for the champions, but that the right back could be a huge success at Celtic Park. Odubajo has struggled with injury problems for the last two seasons and is currently on trial with Celtic.
Derek McInnes is keeping tabs on 25-year-old Alex Schalk and may try to persuade him to move to Pittodrie, according to the Press and Journal. The striker’s contract at Ross County has been terminated and Schalk has been linked with moves both in Scotland and abroad.
The Daily Record are reporting that Steven Gerrard has told Allan McGregor, Wes Foderingham and Jak Alnwick that all three goalkeepers are in contention for the number one jersey this season.
And the Rangers boss has told the Scottish Sun that he’d like to bring in another four players before the season begins, but that others may have to leave first.
In an interview with the Edinburgh Evening News, Hearts’ Craig Levein has confirmed that the club’s deal for David Milinkovic has fallen through – but the Edinburgh club are on the hunt for another winger.
The print edition of the Daily Express are reporting that Dundee have taken full back Brian Nana-Sinkam on a trial from Seattle Sounders.
And the print edition of the Record believe that St Johnstone have a couple of triallists of their own – goalkeeper Dean Lyness and Swiss striker Arthur Njo Lea.
No nonsense today yet. But then, it is still very early.