Former Rangers star set for English Premier League, Neil Lennon fires angry warning to Leigh Griffiths, Ryan Kent could be suspended for Scottish Premiership opener - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Friday’s Scottish football news and gossip

Former Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham. Picture: SNS
Former Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham. Picture: SNS

Ex-Rangers star set for EPL

Wes Foderingham is set to complete a move to the English Premier League with Sheffield United about to finalise a deal for the ex-Rangers goalkeeper. (Daily Record)

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Kent could miss first two league games

Ryan Kent could miss the opening two games of the Scottish Premiership season through suspension after being sent off against Lyon. If the match official reports the ordering off as ‘violent conduct’ the French FA are compelled to inform their Scottish counterparts, who could hand down a two-game ban. (Scottish Sun)

Lennon blasts Griffiths

Celtic boss Neil Lennon has blasted Leigh Griffiths, telling the striker to get himself fit and to stop posting ‘nonsense’ on social media. (Scottish Sun)

Lennon expects big things

Neil Lennon says he expects big things from Patryk Klimala after watching the striker finally score his first goal in Celtic colours. The Pole rescued a 1-1 draw for the Scottish champions in their Veolia Trophy opener with Nice. (The Scotsman)

Hibs midfielder moves on

Hibs have confirmed the departure of development squad midfielder Tommy Block. The 20-year-old has made an agreement with the club as he looks to find first-team football next season. (The Scotsman)

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St Mirren chief has Hearts/Thistle admission

St Mirren chief executive Tony Fitzpatrick has admitted that the Paisley club would be taking the same stance as Hearts and Partick Thistle as they battle with the SPFL over their relegation from the Premiership and Championship respectively. (The Scotsman)

Tribunal ‘tainted by SFA’

Leslie Deans has accused the Scottish Football Association of behaviour akin to “contempt of court” after the governing body issued Hearts and Partick Thistle with a notice of complaint for taking legal action to overturn their relegations. (The Scotsman)

Livi signing uses Robertson as inspiration

Former scaffolder Salim Kouider-Aissa admits he is using Scotland captain Andy Robertson as inspiration as he looks to rebuild his career with Livingston. (The Scotsman)

Jamie Mac agrees Raith deal

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Raith Rovers have snapped up the services of goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald for the new season. Reuniting with his former Hearts boss, John McGlynn, the 34-year-old has penned a two-year deal with the Stark’s Park side. (Evening News)



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