TL;DR for Tuesday, July 3

TL;DR for Tuesday, July 3

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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BBC Scotland are reporting that Celtic have made an official bid for John McGinn, with Scott Allan possibly going to Easter Road in return. The broadcaster also claim St Mirren will be due one third of any fee Hibs earn from the transfer.

 

However, the Daily Mail are reporting that Celtic are preparing a second bid after their initial one of £1.5 million was rejected by Hibs.

 

The Scottish Sun’s understanding of the current situation is that Allan has not yet been included in any negotiations for the Hibs midfielder.

 

According to the Edinburgh Evening News, Steven Naismith will return to Hearts on loan for another season.  The former Scotland international has one year remaining on his contract at Norwich.

 

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Celtic are ready to enter the race for Rangers target Harry Wilson, however the Liverpool forward is also wanted by Hull City and Norwich, according to Talksport.

 

New Aberdeen signing Stephen Gleeson has confirmed that he picked the Pittodrie club over a more lucrative offer from Ipswich Town because he believes he can win silverware with Derek McInnes’ side.

 

Hibs have signed Liverpool goalkeeper Adam Bogdan on loan for one season.

 

 

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Hearts forward Kyle Lafferty declared his intentions for the coming season after telling a Celtic fan on Twitter that “things are about to change around here.” Pantomime season isn’t for another six months, Kyle.

 

John Hartson has tried to justify last week’s claim that Celtic defender Dedryck Boyata was worth £50 million. In his Evening Times column, the former Celtic striker writes: “Footballers are like houses in that they are only worth what people are prepared to pay. The transfer market is so ridiculously inflated that hardly anyone bats an eye at £50m for a centre-half. That was my point.”

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