Rumours, speculation and gossip from around Scottish football on Saturday, February 13, 2021.
Scottish football is gearing up for another weekend of football - with added snow.
So far Hibs’ trip to Dingwall for a clash with Ross County in the premiership is off, as is Inverness’ match just along the road.
Of the games that do go ahead Ibrox is expected to be unaffected for Kyle Lafferty’s return to Scottish football with new club Kilmarnock. His former side Hearts played out a 1-1 draw in snow-free Dumfries last night and he faces his other ex-SPFL employers this afternoon in his new club colours.
Rangers of course could extend their advantage at the top with Celtic not in action until tomorrow in what will likely be another eventful couple of days in the national football scene – assuming the games get the go-ahead..
It could go a long way to deciding how the leagues pan out – including who are in the top six and vying for European spots next season.
And it’s with one eye on next season a host of transfer links, stories and speculation continue to dominate gossip and football rumours.
Here's a pick of today’s in the Rumour Mill for Saturday, February 13, 2021.
1. Pawel part II
Celtic are preparing to re-visit their interest in Polish international defender Pawel Dawidowicz accoridng to reports in Italy. Neil Lennon's side were linked to the Verona stopper last year but the centre-back has been keen to remain in Serie A (Tutto Hellas Verona) Photo: Alessandro Sabattini
2. PAISLEY, SCOTLAND - DECEMBER 30: Rangers Allan McGregor makes his 400th appearence for the club during a Scottish Premiership match between St Mirren and Rangers at the SMISA Stadium, on December 30, 2020, in Paisley, Scotland. (Photo by Alan Harvey / SNS Group)
Rangers will open talks with Allan McGregor over extending his contract at Ibrox after a series of imperious displays from the 39-year-old this season. (The Scotsman) Photo: Alan Harvey - SNS Group
3. On the table
Motherwell's contract offer to Allan Campbell remains unsigned but the Hibs, Millwall and Aberdeen linked midfielder is focussed on the Steelmen's season, not on moves elsewhere at the moment, though he admits he is 'doing the best to get the most from his career and get to the highest level possible'. (Daily Record) Photo: Craig Foy - SNS Group
4. Major move
Kilmarnock defender is close to a move to the Major League Soccer in the USA - despite Hearts being keen on keeping the defender in Scotland (The Sun) Photo: Paul Devlin - SNS Group