James Collins joins Hibs, Rangers to chase Kenny Miller next year, Celtic sign wonderkid, and more.
Collins signs for Hibs
Hibs fans have a silver lining this morning after last night’s thunderstorm, as Northern Ireland cap James Collins said he was thrilled to join the Easter Road club.
The former Swindon Town striker has reportedly penned a three-year deal. (Scotsman)
Hooper set for Norwich
Gary Hooper is set to join Norwich City, and NOT QPR as it originally appeared.
Hooper will join the Premier League side on a £5m deal for four years. (Scotsman)
Miller ‘next year’ for Rangers
Andy Goram reckons that Kenny Miller is more likely to join Rangers next season, assuming they gain promotion to the Championship.
Writing in his column for The Sun, Goram says Gers don’t need Miller right now, but he wouldn’t be surprised if Ally McCoist goes knocking for him next season. (Sun)
Motherwell in Anier loan deal
Motherwell have landed Estonian striker Henri Anier in a six-month loan agreement.
The deal with Viking Stavanger will see the 22-year-old join Stuart McCall’s squad. (Daily Express)
Ciftci signs for United
Ex-Portsmouth star Nadir Ciftci has joined Dundee United on a two-year deal after impressing boss Jackie McNamara.
Ciftci caught McNamara’s eye during a trial period as United toured Germany and Spain this summer. (Sun)
Killie in Boyd hope
Kilmarnock are still hoping to sign Kris Boyd, who has been training with the side after his deal ran out last season.
Boss Allan Johnstone says he wants the striker to be part of his plans next season, although some other clubs are circling. (Daily Mail)
Celtic land wonderkid
Celtic have captured rising star Samuel Mraz from FC Senica.
The 16-year-old prospect has made some impressive appearances for the Slovakian national under 17 side. (Daily Record)