TL;DR for Wednesday, July 4

TL;DR for Wednesday, July 4

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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We start with Celtic today, and it’s being widely reported that the Hoops are hopeful of landing both Liverpool youngster Harry Wilson and Hibs midfielder John McGinn ahead of tomorrow’s initial Champions League signing deadline. Hibs have vowed to play hardball over McGinn after already rejecting a bid of £1.5million.

 

To Rangers now, and Jordan Rossiter’s hopes of relaunching his Ibrox career under Steven Gerrard have hit a huge stumbling block after he received a new injury blow.

 

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Hibs boss Neil Lennon is facing a race against time to tie up deals for two transfer targets ahead of Hibs’ Europa League tie with NSI Runavik of the Faroe Islands. He’s hoping to secure the signings of Stevie Mallan and Daryl Horgan.

 

Rangers will play in front of more than 30,000 fans in the first game of the Steven Gerrard era against English League Two side Bury on Friday.

 

Celtic goalkeeper Scott Bain has no doubts John McGinn has the big-game mentality to thrive at the club.

 

After an impressive 45 minutes against Arbroath last night, Craig Levein wants another look at trialist Hearts goalkeeper Kevin Silva.

 

Celtic right-back Mikael Lustig put a brave face on missing out on the biggest game of his career. His yellow card in Sweden’s 1-0 victory over Switzerland rules him out of the Saturday’s quarter-final against England.

 

Good news for Celtic fans as Moussa Dembele roared straight back into top gear for the Parkhead side with a rampaging display in his first outing of pre-season.

 

Partick Thistle are in the hunt for Port Vale keeper Rob Lainton. Tomas Cerny recently left the Firhill club.

 

Neil McCann admits he’s keen to have another extended look at trialist Adil Nabi. This is after the ex-West Brom striker caught the eye in Monday’s friendly win over Cowdenbeath.

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