Scottish FA hit back at Rangers over interview 'inaccuracies' as Europa League side ready to make approach for Celtic star, Aberdeen look to re-sign former defender - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Saturday’s Scottish football news and gossip.

Hampden Park, home of the Scottish FA. Picture: SNS

McCoist: Kent worth £30m

Rangers legend Ally McCoist has claimed that current Ibrox star Ryan Kent could be worth up to £30 million if his former club come to sell the winger. The 24-year-old ihas hit 12 goals and 14 assists across all competitions in the Gers’ title-winning run. (The Scotsman)

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German side want Hagi

German side VFL Bochum are reportedly keen on Rangers star Ianis Hagi as they look to strengthen for a possible return to the Bundesliga. According to Sport, in Hagi's homeland, the playmaker is a target if they return to the top-flight for the first time since 2010. (The Scotsman)

Petrie hits back at Robertson

SFA president Rod Petrie has hit back at Stewart Robertson after the Rangers managing director questioned why a proposal for B teams to be entered into the lower leagues wasn’t handed over to the clubs. Petrie says a meeting took place, in which Robertson was present online, where it was agreed if the proposal would be put to the clubs it would be rejected and potential success would be likelier further down the line. (Scottish Sun)

Israeli side want Bitton

Celtic midfielder Nir Bitton is a target for Israeli side Hapoel Be’er Sheva, according to reports in the player’s homeland. National team midfielder Bitton is understood to be one of four of five players the Turner Stadium club want to recruit, with one outlet in the country claiming HBS will make an approach for the player. (The Scotsman)

Doidge backs Nisbet after ‘lazy’ jibe

Christian Doidge has defender striker-partner Kevin Nisbet after the Hibs forward’s work rate off the ball was questioned by former manager John Collins. (Daily Record)

Aberdeen want Robertson back

Aberdeen are looking to re-sign former defender Clark Robertson on a pre-contract. A full-back during his time at Pittodrie, Robertson has since moved to centre-back and has experience of playing in the English Championship. (Press and Journal)

Goodwin wants five-sub rule to stay

St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin would like to see the five-substitute rule retained for next season in order to help clubs develop younger players. The rule was introduced this season to help teams deal with unexpected circumstances during the pandemic. (The Herald)

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