Celtic will go all out to sign star pair, Rangers eye move for Championship forward, crisis talks among clubs facing no football until January, ex-Hearts star keen on return - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Thursday’s Scottish football news and gossip

Mohamed Elyounoussi is on loan at Celtic from Southampton. Picture: SNS
Mohamed Elyounoussi is on loan at Celtic from Southampton. Picture: SNS

Celtic will go all out to sign two stars

Neil Lennon insists Celtic will do everything they can to sign Southampton loanees Fraser Forster and Mohammed Elyounoussi on permanent deals. (Scottish Sun)

Rangers keen on Tulloch

Rangers are looking to bring 19-year-old West Brom forward Rayhaan Tulloch to Ibrox this summer, though they face competition from Brighton and West Ham. (Scottish Sun)

Crisis talks among clubs facing no football until January

Crisis talks will be held between the SPFL and clubs in League One and League Two with the prospect that Scotland’s bottom two tiers won’t be able to return until January. (Daily Mail)

Celtic fans urged to forgive Rodgers

Callum McGregor hopes that Brendan Rodgers’ contribution to the nine-in-a-row success is not lost amid continued ill-feeling surrounding the manner of his departure. (The Scotsman)

McGregor admits considering Leicester switch

Callum McGregor says he is “relieved” to have stayed to help Celtic secure a record-equalling ninth successive title after having his head turned by former manager Brendan Rodgers’ bid to take him to Leicester City. (The Scotsman)

Prospect of ‘hub’ games in second tier

Scottish Championship clubs have held a meeting via video conference to discuss playing games in ‘hub’ stadiums next season. (The Scotsman)

Doncaster: Clubs will be open-minded

Neil Doncaster senses clubs will be open-minded about potential reconstruction and sympathetic to the plight of relegated clubs. (The Scotsman)

Hearts ‘deserve to go down’

St Mirren chief executive Tony Fitzpatrick claims Hearts deserve to go down and has cast doubt on their ability to turn things around even if they had been allowed to play the final eight matches of the season. (The Scotsman)

Sow keen on Hearts return

Osman Sow today revealed he would love a return to Hearts and is willing to go on trial to prove himself after being released by Dundee United. (Evening News)


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