Charles green transfers shares, Rangers ‘too low’ for Chris Humphrey, Andy Webster quiet on Hearts Future, and more
Green transfers shares
Rangers say former chief executive Charles Green has agreed to transfer over half a million shares to Laxey Partners Limited.
Under the terms of the agreement, the transfer of Green’s 714,285 shares to the Isle of Man-based investment firm can not take place before 7 December. (Scotsman)
Rangers too low for Humphrey
Ex-Motherwell man Chris Humphrey says he turned down an offer to go to Rangers because the thought of playing in the Second Division wasn’t appealing.
While he admits that being chased by a “massive” club like Rangers, he says he needed to play at a “higher level”. (Daily Express)
Webster ponders future
Hearts defender Andy Webster is keeping quiet on his next move after the troubled Tynecastle club offered him an extension under reduced terms.
However, the Scotland star is also being chased by South African side Ajax Cape Town. (Daily Record)
• Hearts have released Frazer Mullen, in a shock move which comes after the 19-year-old made a big impression during the last year.
The Tynecastle club had been expected to offer him an extension. (Sun)
Russell heads south
Dundee United have confirmed that Johnny Russell had agreed terms with Derby.
United confirmed that the striker will head to England once terms and conditions have been discussed. It is thought he could complete the move early next week. (Scotsman)
Hibs one to watch
Hibs have a bright future due to the wealth of young talent flooding through their ranks, according to Ross Caldwell.
The youngster says that he’s hopeful that next season the fresh blood will get more time on the pitch to help them bond as a unit. (Daily Record)