Celtic and Rangers transfers could be scuppered by Brexit, reports of Serie A interest in Parkhead ace rubbished, Neil Lennon drops hint over Scott Brown final place - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Friday’s Scottish football news and gossip

Celtic right-back Jeremie Frimpong. Picture: SNS
Celtic right-back Jeremie Frimpong. Picture: SNS

Scottish football transfer Brexit fears

Celtic, Rangers and a host of SPFL clubs could see January moves for transfer targets scuppered by Brexit. Scottish bosses are currently in discussions with the home office to keep current rules in place until next summer. (Daily Record)

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Hapoel Beer-Sheva set to move

Hapoel Beer-Sheva are set to make their move to try and sign wantaway Celtic star Hatem Elhamed in the January transfer window. The homesick Israeli wishes to return home to be with his family and is being pursued by four clubs. (Scottish Sun)

Lennon drops Brown final hint

Celtic boss Neil Lennon has hinted that Scott Brown will start the Scottish Cup final. The club captain has been dropped to the bench for the last two games with Ismaila Soro taking his place instead. (Scottish Sun)

No Roma interest in Celtic star

Despite reports to the contrary, there is no interest from Serie A giants Roma in Celtic right-back Jeremie Frimpong. (Daily Record)

Forgotten Celtic man set to stay put

It appears forgotten Celtic man Andrew Gutman will remain in the United States for another season after being selected by Atlanta United in the MLS re-entry draft. (Daily Record)

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Goodwin hopes to fight Rangers red

St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin hopes he is given the chance to fight the red card given to him during his side’s victory over Rangers in the Betfred Cup. The Irishman was sent off in the dying seconds after celebrating Conor McCarthy’s late winner. (Scottish Sun)

Berra urges Hearts stars to seize chance

Christophe Berra has urged Hearts players to seize their Scottish Cup final opportunity against Celtic and ensure it becomes a career-defining moment. (The Scotsman)



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