Rangers miss wing 'target', Celtic could lose starlet to New York, Arsenal join Juventus and Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers eye Odsonne Edouard transfer swoop: Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

The half-way point in the mid-season transfer window is upon us – but there haven’t been many big moves… yet.

Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (Photo by Craig Foy / SNS Group)

Rangers’ interest in Scott Wright is now widely acknowledged, but the Ibrox club have also distanced themselves from a move for Coventry midfielder Gustav Hamer this week.

Across Glasgow Celtic have also been quiet on the transfer front, but with no shortage of headlines coming out of the club or Lennoxtown.

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Indeed, it’s been a fairly quiet fortnight across the SPFL in terms of moves – with Hibs being the busiest club in the market.

Ryan Edmondson has disappointed two unnamed SPFL clubs, and former loan side Aberdeen in moving on loan to Northampton Town (Yorkshire Evening Post)

That could still change though and maybe the clubs and officials are just thrashing out terms for a flurry of activity in the final days of the January window.

And it could well be the case if the gossip and speculation in today’s Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill is anything to go by.

There is plenty of interest - both outgoing and incoming - for fans to mull over.

Former Celtic scouting supremo John Park has joined Polish side Legia Warsaw as head of recruitment (The Scottish Sun)
Mikel Arteta is said to have joined the list of admirers courting Odsonne Edouard this month. As well as Arsenal the Celtic striker has also attracted interest from Juventus and ex-manager Brendan Rodgers at Leicester City (VitalFootball.co.uk/ Leicester Live)
Bright Osayi-Samuel has agreed a move from Queen's Park Rangers to Turkey with Fenerbahce, turning down interest from Rangers and Celtic according to Sky Sport News reporter Kaveh Solhekol (Sky Sports)
SFA chief executive Ian Maxwell has asked SPFL Championship clubs if they wish to continue playing, or join Leagues One and Two in a shutdown (The Scotsman)
Celtic's Cameron Harper is close to agreeing a move away from the Scottish champions after leading the charge against Hibs on Monday. New York Red Bulls are keen on the youngster (The Athletic)
Wigan Athletic are keen to keep on loan Hibs man Tom James in their ranks for a longer term (Wigan Today)
Former Rangers midfielder Derek Ferguson, and father of Aberdeen team-mate Lewis, thinks wanted winger Scott Wright has the talent to succeed at Rangers (Open Goal)
Rangers could offer fringe players such as Greg Stewart or Jordan Jones (pictured) as makeweights to expedite the move for Scott Wright (The Scotsman)
Mark Campbell, the investor previously close to deals at Sunderland and Falkirk, is now in talks at West Bromwich Albion (Sunderland Echo)
Celtic's hopes of a return for popular winger Patrick Roberts appear dashed as the winger is set to remain at Middlesbrough until the end of the season (Hartlepool Mail)