TL;DR for Tuesday, January 30

TL;DR for Tuesday, January 30

By TheTwoPointOne

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The Scottish Sun reports that Rangers have received a bid of £6.5 million from Chinese side Guangzhou Evergrande for Colombian striker Alfredo Morelos. The Ibrox club are said to be “considering their options.” It’s worth nothing that Guangzhou Evergrande are at their limit for signing foreign players, though.


Meanwhile, the Daily Record reports that Rangers have rejected that bid.


Aberdeen received a long-awaited green light from the city council, approving their plans to build a £50 million new stadium at Kingsford. Out of 41 possible votes, 32 councillors backed the plan, while only nine objected.


Motherwell have rejected an offer of £200,000 from Celtic for goalkeeper Trevor Carson. The Hoops are looking to bring in a new shot-stopper after the injury sustained by Craig Gordon at the weekend.


Charly Musonda completed his move to Celtic yesterday. He signed from Chelsea on an 18-month loan deal.


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Kilmarmock completed the loan signing of Aston Villa midfielder Aaron Tshibola until the end of the season.


Hamilton Accies have terminated the contract of Italian midfielder Massimo Donati. The 36-year-old is now looking to start coaching at another club.


Danny Wilson completed his move to the Colorado Rapids in MLS. The defender was out of contract at Rangers at the end of the season.


St Johnstone secured their place in the next round of the Scottish Cup with a 4-0 away win over Albion Rovers. Chris Kane scored  a hat trick.


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Ross Callachan says Hearts can beat Celtic again.



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