Hibs made second attempt to sign Rangers ace, French side make loan offer for Celtic defender, ex-Ibrox boss considers move for Rangers target - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Friday’s Scottish football news and gossip

Rangers utility man Ross McCrorie. Picture: SNS
Rangers utility man Ross McCrorie. Picture: SNS

Hibs make improved bid

Hibs have upped their offer for Rangers utility man Ross McCrorie as they seek to land the player on a permanent basis. Ibrox chiefs are mulling over the offer after rejecting a six-figure bid earlier this week. (Scottish Sun)

Loan offer for Bolingoli

French side Amiens have made a season-long loan offer for Celtic defender Boli Bolingoli. The deal for the players includes a £2.3million option to buy at the end of the loan. (Sky Sports)

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QPR watch Dykes

QPR have twice watched Livingston striker Lyndon Dykes in the past week as they consider a move for the Australian. Manager Mark Warburton, formerly of Rangers, is keen to bolster his attacking options and is interested in the once-rumoured Ibrox target. (Scottish Sun)

Celtic, Aberdeen stars face sanctions

Sanctions for players who breach coronavirus protocols are set to target individuals – and could be aimed at the Celtic and Aberdeen players who broke rules. The football authorities will unveil new enforcement rules on Friday. (The Scotsman)

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Hearts incensed

Hearts say they are “incensed” at being ordered to stop training by the Scottish FA and Scottish Professional Football League. The decision was announced after talks between the SFA/SPFL Joint Response Group and Scottish Government ministers. (The Scotsman)

Ajeti eyes ‘perfect’ partnership

Celtic’s new striker Albian Ajeti believes that he and Odsonne Edouard “could be perfect together” in the club’s frontline. The 23-year-old has signed a four-year deal with the Scottish champions following a £5 million move from West Ham United. (The Scotsman)

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Jack fine with criticism

As one of Steven Gerrard’s most trusted on-field lieutenants, Ryan Jack takes no issue with his manager’s critical assessment of Rangers’ 3-0 win over St Johnstone which took them to the top of the Premiership table. (The Scotsman)

McNulty backs Hibs pairing

Marc McNulty has already seen the blossoming partnership between Hibs strikers Christian Doidge and Kevin Nisbet bear fruit, but reckons the duo are only just getting started. (Evening News)

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O’Donnell signs

Scotland defender Stephen O’Donnell has signed a six-month deal with Motherwell. The former Kilmarnock defender had been holding out for a move down south but has decided to sign a short-term contract at Fir Park amid the ongoing football financial crisis as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. (Various)

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