Rangers to reveal 'explosive' evidence of SPFL 'wrongdoing', Celtic battle to sign 4-cap international striker, Murrayfield available for Hearts-Hibs semi, Celtic eye Lille attacker - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Thursday’s Scottish football news and gossip

Rangers to reveal evidence

Rangers are today expected to reveal their evidence of "bullying and coercion" from the SPFL prior to the vote to end the 2019/20 season. (Daily Record)- BT Sport pundit Stephen Craigan says Rangers risk being “humiliated” if their supposedly explosive evidence fails to hit the mark. (Scottish Sun)- Former SFA chief executive Stewart Regan has called for clubs to come together for the good of Scottish football and forget about self-interest. (Scottish Sun)Celtic battle for striker

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Celtic are in a battle with Torino and Anderlecht to sign 4-cap Bulgarian striker Martin Minchev. The 19-year-old is said to be worth around £1.5 million to his club Cherno More. (Scottish Sun)Celtic to complete signing

Ibrox Stadium. Picture: SNS

Celtic are set to complete the signing of talented Australian teenager Stefan Nikolic. According to reports in the player’s homeland, the 16-year-old will sign a three-year deal to make the move to Parkhead from Western Sydney Wanderers. (The Scotsman)Celtic eyeing attacker

Celtic are said to be keeping tabs on promising Lille youngster Fadiga Ouattara. The 18-year was a hit in the Uefa Youth League this season. (Get French Football News)Gerrard transfer update

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard won’t allow the club to be caught out when football returns and the transfer window opens. The club are continuing to monitor players and possible signings. (The Scotsman)Murrayfield available for Edinburgh semi

SRU chief executive Dominic McKay has paved the way for the all-Edinburgh Scottish Cup semi-final between Hearts and Hibs to be played at Murrayfield. (Daily Record)


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