Aberdeen chief keen on ex-Celtic star, Rangers hint at more signings in near future, striker tipped as 'great coup' for Rangers - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Thursday’s Scottish football news and gossip

Jonny Hayes scores for Celtic at Ibrox last season. Picture: SNS
Jonny Hayes scores for Celtic at Ibrox last season. Picture: SNS

Possible Aberdeen return for Hayes

Aberdeen chief Dave Cormack has opened the door for Jonny Hayes to return to Pittodrie, saying “loves” the winger, who recently departed Celtic after three years following his move from the north east. (Daily Record)

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Hartley praises Dykes

It would be a “great coup” if Rangers managed to sign Lyndon Dykes this summer, with former Motherwell captain Peter Hartley naming the Livingston talisman as a striker he absolutely hates playing against. (Scottish Sun)

Rangers chief hints at more signings

Rangers managing director Stewart Robertson has hinted at more signings in the immediate future after the club completed the permanent signing of last season’s popular loanee Ianis Hagi. (Daily Record)

Griffiths urges Edouard to stay

Leigh Griffiths has urged Odsonne Edouard to stay at Celtic and further develop a strike partnership he believes is ready-made to deliver a record-breaking tenth consecutive league title for the Scottish champions. (The Scotsman)

Doncaster asks clubs to consider 14-team league

SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster has reportedly asked the Premiership and Championship clubs whether they would accept a 14-team top flight for five years. (BBC)

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Championship clubs in streaming talks

Scottish Championship clubs are hoping to follow the lead of the top flight and thrash out a deal that would allow teams to live stream matches next term with games set to be played behind closed doors. (Daily Record)

Virtual season tickets next term

Fans of Scottish Premiership clubs will have the option to buy a ‘virtual season ticket’ which will allow them to watch all their team’s home games for the 2020/21 campaign. (The Scotsman)



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