Hibs join chase for Scott McDonald; Scott Sinclair could cost Celtic £6m and Nicky Clark linked with Bury move
Hibs eye McDonald
HIBERNIAN have been linked with a move for Scott McDonald as Neil Lennon looks to bolster his attacking options.
McDonald, who is currently at Motherwell, played alongside Lennon at Celtic, and scored 64 goals in 128 appearances for the Hoops.
The 32-year-old Australian striker is currently weighing up an offer from Motherwell to stay at Fir Park. (Scottish Sun)
Sinclair ‘will cost £6m’
SCOTT Sinclair could cost Celtic up to £6 million, with Aston Villa boss Roberto Di Matteo reluctant to lose a key player.
Celtic are believed to have offered Villa £2 million with add-ons for the 27-year-old winger as Brendan Rodgers looks to supplement his squad. (Various)
Bury want Nicky Clark
BURY are leadng the chase for freed Rangers striker Nicky Clark, according to reports.
The 25-year-old striker, who found first team appearances hard to come by last season, turning out just 15 times in all competitions, had been linked with Barnsley but looks set to join the Shakers, where he could team up with former Rangers youth team mate Jack Ruddy. (Daily Mail)
Rodgers wants Tierney tied down
BRENDAN Rodgers is keen to offer Kieran Tierney a new five-year deal in a bid to keep the highly-rated youngster at Celtic.
Tierney has been linked with a host of clubs including Arsenal and Liverpool, but Celtic are keen to retain the 19-year-old’s services.
And Rodgers could make one it of his first acts as Celtic boss to tie the defender down on a long-term deal. (Daily Express)
Hoops offer Mulgrew new deal
CELTIC have offered utility man Charlie Mulgrew a new two-year deal, with the option of a third, with talks ongoing.
West Brom, who were linked with a move for the Scotland international, appeared to cool their interest earlier this week. (Various)
Dons to offer Hayes new deal
ABERDEEN are set to offer Jonny Hayes a new deal, in an attempt to ward off interest from Rotherham and Wigan.
The former Inverness Caledonian Thistle winger - who limped out of yesterday’s 1-0 friendly win over Hearts - will be offered a pay rise to keep him at Pittodrie. (Daily Mail)
McGovern a target for Southampton
MICHAEL McGovern’s performances for Northern Ireland at Euro 2016 have caught the eye of Southampton, with the Saints leading the chase to snap up the out-of-contract ‘keeper.
McGovern, whose heroics kept the scoreline down in Northern Ireland’s 1-0 defeat to Germany, has been linked with a string of clubs. (Various)