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Monday’s Scottish football news and gossip

Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos. Picture: SNS
Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos. Picture: SNS
Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos. Picture: SNS

No talks over Morelos

Rangers are not engaged in talks with Lille over a transfer fee for Alfredo Morelos despite reports from France claiming the Ligue 1 club have agreed personal terms with the Colombian international striker. (The Scotsman)

- The Ligue 1 club are set to return with a £18million offer for Morelos after having a £15million verbal bid rejected out of hand a few weeks ago. (Scottish Sun)

Rangers to open talks over striker

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Rangers will seek to open transfer talks with French side Bordeaux over a potential move for ex-Sunderland striker Josh Maja. (Get French Football News)

Griffiths to play for Celtic

Leigh Griffiths will return to action for Celtic against Hibs this afternoon after delivering a positive response to manager Neil Lennon’s stern criticism of his post-lockdown conditioning. (The Scotsman)

West Ham attacker high on list of targets

Celtic have placed Albian Ajeti high on their list of transfer targets as they seek to add another attacker before the start of the new Scottish Premiership season. (Daily Record)

Lennon hopes Taylor is fit

Neil Lennon hopes to see Greg Taylor make a full recovery in time for this weekend’s Scottish Premiership opener with Hamilton Accies. The left-back was forced off through injury during the friendly win over Ross County, but isn’t expected to be out for any great length of time. (Scottish Sun)

Scotland should call on Coventry pair

Coventry City could hold the key to Scotland’s central defensive problems, says the club’s midfielder Liam Kelly. The ex-Kilmarnock star believes his team-mates Dominic Hyam and Michael Rose deserve their chance under Steve Clarke. (The Scotsman)

Aberdeen chief wants centralised strategy

Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack insists the SPFL needs to have a clear vision and brand strategy for the future in order to drive more investment for the game in this country. (Daily Record)



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