Rise and shine! Every morning we rundown all of the top headlines in Scottish football…
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.
Celtic are in talks with Hull City to sign full-back Moses Odubajo. The 24-year-old is out of contract at the end of the month and has announced he will be moving on when his deal expires. The Englishman has joined the Scottish champions at their training base in Austria.
Meanwhile, the Scottish Sun are reporting that Motherwell want £1million for defender Cedric Kipre after throwing out a Hull City bid of less than half that amount.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard will hold talks with Bruno Alves over his future after the World Cup.
Derek McInnes is weighing up a move for ex-Ross County star Alex Schalk as he looks to strengthen Aberdeen’s attacking options, that’s according to the Scottish Sun.
According to the Daily Record (print edition) Florian Kamberi says that Sunderland never had a chance of poaching him from Hibernian as they are a big club in a small pond that can’t match his ambitions… savage!
Rangers winger Daniel Candeias has told Ibrox team-mate, Alfredo Morelos, to forget about leaving the club. He believes the Colombian forward still has a crucial role to play under Gerrard.
So, Southampton manager Mark Hughes is pretty chuffed with the £7million signing of Stuart Armstrong from Celtic. “He brings with him experience of European football and has improved his game impressively at a major club like Celtic,” said Hughes.
Midfielder Callum McGregor says Celtic must raise their standards “to a real top level” to be successful next season. That’s despite securing a second successive treble last season.
Massimo Donati, 37, is keen for a crack at management in Scotland. It comes after the former Celtic and Hamilton midfielder hung up his boots.
There would be no pressure on Kenny Miller to succeed should he take over as player-manager at Livingston. That’s according to his former Rangers teammate Billy Dodds.