New contract plan for Rangers star, Celtic expected to make third bid for left-back, Celtic miss out on loan move for EPL star, Israel striker set for Scottish Premiership switch - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill
Gerrard insists Kamara going nowhere as he reveals contract plan
Steven Gerrard insists midfielder Glen Kamara will not be sold this transfer window despite interest from Belgian side Anderlecht. The Rangers manager revealed that the club will open talks with the Finnish international once the transfer window has closed. (Scottish Sun)
Celtic expected to make third bid
Charlton Athletic expect Celtic to return with a third bid of over £1million for 20-year-old left-back Alfie Doughty. (Sunday Post)
Former Celtic favourite on the move
Former Celtic winger Patrick Roberts is set to leave Manchester City for another loan deal. The 23-year-old joined Middlesbrough last January before the shutdown and manager Neil Warnock has revealed that they’re close to securing a deal to bring him back to the Riverside. (Scottish Sun)
Celtic target set for Watford
Sessegnon to Hoffenheim
Celtic have also lost out on a bid to bring Ryan Sessegnon to the club after the Tottenham left-back agreed to a loan move with German side Hoffenheim. (Sky Sports)
Burnley make shock Shankland move
Burnley have reached out to Dundee United about the possibility of loaning Lawrence Shankland for the season for a fee of £500,000. The EPL side are also said to be interested in Shankland’s United team-mate Logan Chalmers (Daily Mail)
St Johnstone to sign striker
St Johnstone are on the verge of signing Israeli striker Guy Melamed after beating out Hapoel Tel-Aviv for his signature. Callum Davidson is desperate for a forward to solve the club’s goalscoring woes. (Scottish Sun)
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