TL;DR for Tuesday, July 10

TL;DR for Tuesday, July 10

By TheTwoPointOne

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.

 

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Steven Gerrard is set to complete the signing of Umar Sadiq and Lassana Coulibaly before the Europa League deadline at midnight on Wednesday morning.

 

Sky Sports Italy are reporting that Rangers and Parma have agreed terms with Bruno Alves to cancel the final year of his contract and move to the Italian club.

 

BBC Scotland are reporting that Scott Brown trained with the Celtic squad on Monday night and should be fine to start in tonight’s Champions League qualifier against Alashkert.

 

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Darren McGregor has added further speculation to John McGinn’s supposed exit from Easter Road, suggesting that new Hibs signing Stevie Mallan is a perfect replacement for the supposedly Celtic-bound player.

 

The Daily Star are reporting that Manchester United have “received a boost” after Everton pulled out of a move for Celtic’s Kieran Tierney. The English newspaper believe it now makes things easier for the English giants to make a bid for the left back.

 

The Edinburgh Evening News believe that Hearts midfielder Danny Amankwaa has returned from his summer break lacking match fitness and has been told by Craig Levein that the won’t feature for the Tynecastle club till he gets back in shape.

 

St Mirren have signed Middlesborough’s Hayden Coulson on loan for the forthcoming season. The 20-year-old has been a regular for England at youth level and can play at left back or on the wing.

 

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Alex Rae believes Steven Gerrard’s “high standards” alone will improve Rangers standing in European football. Fascinating…

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