TL;DR for Wednesday, August 22

TL;DR for Wednesday, August 22

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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According to the Daily Record, Aberdeen have rejected a £3.5 million offer from Celtic for Scott McKenna. Today’s Times goes on to state that the Pittodrie club would expect Celtic to break the current transfer record between Scottish clubs (£4.4 million) if they truly wish to sign the central defender.


The Scottish FA could expect an extra £2 million per year in revenue if it were to move permanently to Murrayfield, according to claims from Scottish Rugby.


UEFA have confirmed that Rangers’ Europa League opponents have been given the green light to get a UK visa ahead of Thursday’s clash.


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The Daily Record are reporting that former Arsenal captain Tony Adams has declared his interest in the Livingston job. The Scottish Sun have linked Paul Dalglish with the job.


Hearts, Aberdeen and Rangers are all apparently interested in signing 38-year-old defender Gareth McAuley, according to the Scottish Sun.


The Scottish Sun also believe that Kilmarnock are in pole position to sign Greg Stewart from Birmingham City.


The Edinburgh Evening News are reporting that Neil Lennon has vowed to “keep my mouth shut and get on with the job” ahead of his return from a domestic, sideline ban this weekend.


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Jackie McNamara, the eternal optimist, has suggested that Brendan Rodgers should take full advantage of dropping down to the Europa League by emulating the Celtic side that reached the UEFA Cup final in Seville. No pressure.


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