Hearts look for quick sale, Celtic to unveil Derk Boerrigter, Neil Lennon’s Kevin Doyle bid, and more.
Hearts need quick sale
Hearts need a quick clean sale if they are to get back in the black, according to administrator Bryan Jackson.
The call comes after Ukio Bankas administrator Valnetas said they will liquidate the club if an acceptable offer doesn’t appear. (Scotsman)
Falkirk sign Loy
Falkirk have signed ex-Rangers player Rory Loy on a two-year deal.
The 25-year old had originally began his career at Ibrox. (Daily Express)
Paul Cairney out
Hibs have received a blow as Paul Cairney as been ruled out for at least two months.
The winger has suffered ligament damage after an ankle knock last week. (Daily Record)
Boerrigter could make debut
Derk Boerrigter looks set to make his debut for Celtic tonight during the Champions League third qualifying round first leg against Elfsborg.
The Dutchman signed a four deal with the Glasgow club and fans have been eager to see him in action. (Scotsman)
Wolves warn Celtic
Celtic have been told by Wolves that if they want striker Kevin Doyle, then it’ll cost them at least £2m.
The Republic of Ireland striker was previously brought to Wolverhampton for £6.5m, and Celtic have been keen to land him. (Sun)