Alan Stubbs leaves Hibs for Rotherham, Hearts sign up Faycal Rherras and Aaron Mooy will decide on Rangers move next week.
Hibs seek new boss as Stubbs leaves for Rotherham
Hibernian are beginning the search for their ninth manager in the last ten years after failing to persuade Alan Stubbs to turn down a move to Rotherham United. (Scotsman)
- Stuart McCall and John Hughes are the current front runners for the Hibs manager’s job (Mail)
- Jason Cummings has been tipped to join Stubbs at Rotherham with the striker having one year remaining on his contract
- Former Rotherham boss Steve Evans, who was sacked by Leeds yesterday, says he is keen on the Hibs vacancy
Hearts agree Rherras deal
Hearts have agreed a three-year deal with left back Faycal Rherras, 23, when his deal with Sint Truiden expires. (Daily Express)
Mooy to decide on Rangers move
Rangers transfer target Aaron Mooy will make a decision on his future next week. The 25-year-old Australia midfielder, who spent time with St Mirren, is also wanted by a number of Belgian clubs. (Sun)
Hibs issue life bans following Scottish Cup final incidents
Hibernian have announced they have imposed sanctions, including life bans and indefinite bans, against a number of supporters involved in incidents on the pitch at Hampden Park following the Scottish Cup final against Rangers on 21 May. (Scotsman)
Former Celtic midfielder Joe Ledley wins Wales fitness fight
Former Celtic midfielder Joe Ledley has won his fitness fight to make Wales’ Euro 2016 squad.
The Crystal Palace player fractured his left leg on May 7, but Wales manager Chris Coleman named Ledley in his 23-man squad on Tuesday. (Scotsman)
- Inverness keeper Owain Fon Williams has been called up to the Wales squads for Euro 2016 in France
Mulgrew reveals reason for Ajax walk off
Charlie Mulgrew says the reason he walked off during his side’s Europa League defeat to Ajax was because he had been playing through an aggravated thigh injury.
Mulgrew has come in for abuse from supporters who believed he walked off the field in frustration. (Record)
Partick want to be selling club
Patrick Thistle managing director Ian Maxwell says he wants to follow the lead of Hamilton and Falkirk by developing homegrown talent to sell on. (Express)
Pringle hopeful of Rangers move
Midfielder Ben Pringle is in talks with Fulham as he tried to push through his move to Rangers. The 27 year-old is looking to come to an arrangement over the remainder of his contract having spent time last season on loan at Ipswich. (Express)
Forster considering Hibs deal
Jordon Forster says he will not let his heart rule his head as he considers a new two year deal on the table from the Easter Road club. Forster spent time on loan at Plymouth and is understood to be looking for more game time next season. (Sun)
Yordi Teijsse raring to go at Dens
New Dundee striker Yordi Teijsse says he is looking forward to getting started at Dundee having had a prolific season at Hoofdklasse side Quick Boys where he scored 31 goals.
The 23-year-old striker signed a two-year deal on Monday. (Courier)
Derek Adams upbeat after Plymouth near promotion miss
Derek Adams says he doesn’t need to prove himself to anyone as a manager after almost winning promotion with a threadbare squad at the end of his first season in England.
The former Ross County boss took Plymouth Argyle to the Sky Bet League Two play-off final at Wembley but lost Monday’s decider 2-0 to AFC Wimbledon. (Sky)
Former Rangers player Kyle Lafferty has attributed his recent upturn in form to his Scottish wife as he heads to the Euros with Northern Ireland