Celtic eye six summer signings, Hearts deny salary claim, Dave King replaced at Rangers, Hibs latest - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill
Celtic eye six summer signings
Neil Lennon is keen to add six new players to his squad during the summer and is prioritising a left-back while also looking to bring in a goalkeeper, centre-back, central midfielder, attacking midfielder and a striker. (Football Insider)
Hearts deny salary claims
Hearts have denied reports the club has made a warning to players regarding a clause which enables the suspension of salaries. (Evening News)
Park in as King quits Rangers
Dave King has brought forward his departure from the Rangers board of directors and revealed plans for new funding in the club have been put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic. Deputy chairman Douglas Park has taken interim charge. (The Scotsman)
Ross hopes Hearts aren't relegated - because he’ll miss derbies
Lennon concerned for players’ mental health
Celtic manager Neil Lennon has admitted to concerns over the mental health of his players as they try to adapt to life without football during the coronavirus pandemic. (The Scotsman)
Extra Euro spot for Scotland?
Scottish football could be handed a second place in the Champions League – even if this season’s UEFA competitions are scrapped due to the coronavirus pandemic. Celtic and Rangers’ progress in the Europa League has pushed Scotland up six places to 14th in the co-efficient table and the top 15 countries get two UCL berths. (Daily Record)
Wigan and Stoke eye Accies star
Wigan Athletic and Stoke City have both been linked with moves for Hamilton defender Scott McMann. (The Sun)
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