Celtic star wanted as part of £75m spending spree, Rangers ace completes move away from Ibrox, Hearts set to lose out on signing target - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Thursday’s Scottish football news and gossip

Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer. Picture: SNS
Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer. Picture: SNS

Milan eye Ayer

Milan are looking to lure Kristoffer Ajer to the San Siro this summer as part of a £75million war chest. It is believed it would take an offer of around £20million for Celtic to sell the centre-back. (Scottish Sun)

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Positive talks for Nicholson

Bristol Rovers have held positive talks with Sam Nicholson as they accelerate their pursuit of the former Hearts winger. Now a free agent, he has spoken to both Rovers and Hearts and so far the offer from the English League One club is the better of the two. (Evening News)

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Haliday delivers Sadiq verdict

Andy Halliday says he’s shocked by the rumours linking Umar Sadiq with a move to Manchester United. The former Rangers utility man insists Sadiq never showed much in training during his brief stay at Ibrox. (Scottish Sun)

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Polster completes move

Matt Polster’s departure from Rangers has been confirmed with the 27-year-old returning to the MLS to sign a three-year deal with New England Revolution. (Daily Record)

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SPFL plan set to fail

The SPFL is unlikely to secure emergency powers to shutdown the season in the event of a second coronavirus wave as Scottish clubs look set to vote down the proposal. (Daily Record)

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SFA still in talks over semis

The Scottish FA is still locked in talks over rescheduled dates for the two Scottish Cup semi-finals that were put on hold as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. (The Scotsman)

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United fans close to target

Two Dundee United fans are nearing the £10,000 mark through fundraising to help with the club’s costs as part of the legal defence against Hearts and Partick Thistle. (The Scotsman)

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Stanton hails Hibees

Hibs legend Pat Stanton has saluted the Easter Road fans for their unwavering financial support for the club during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. (The Scotsman)

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- Stanton is hopeful supporters will be allowed back in stadiums soon – to avoid matches feeling too much like meaningless friendly games. (The Scotsman)

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