LiveScottish football LIVE: Price tag revealed for Rangers loanee, ex-Celtic star reveals reason behind Parkhead exit, Hibs ace has say on his future

The latest from the wide world of Scottish football on Tuesday, February 9.

Latest Scottish football news. Picture: SNS
Latest Scottish football news. Picture: SNS

Scottish Premiership action is coming thick and fast these days as another three matches are due to take place this midweek following a full card at the weekend.

Celtic play one of their games in hand against St Mirren in Paisley. The Hoops won on their last visit to the Buddies, fighting back from an early goal to win 2-1.

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Elsewhere, Tommy Wright will get his first taste as Kilmarnock manager tomorrow evening when his side host Motherwell.

And finally, Livingston take on Hamilton Accies in West Lothian as David Martindale’s side look to bounce back from their defeat to St Johnstone at the weekend.

However, it’s safe to say at this moment in time that all three games are under threat after Scotland was hit with a barrage of snow that started on Monday afternoon and continues into Tuesday morning.

We’ll bring news on whether those fixtures are likely to go ahead along with the rest of today’s news...

Scottish football LIVE: Tuesday, February 9

Last updated: Tuesday, 09 February, 2021, 09:49

Hibs midfielder Stevie Mallan hasn't given up on a future at Easter Road, despite heading out on loan to Turkey.

Izaguirre close to controversial switch

Former Celtic left-back Emilio Izaguirre is set to make a controversial move after being frozen out at boyhood heroes Motagua. The 34-year-old is now a free agent and in discussions with their Honduran title rivals Marathon.

Israeli champions Maccabi Tel Aviv are looking to bring home Celtic defender Nir Bitton this summer as the Parkhead side gear up for a summer clearance.

Rangers loanee Jordan Jones is eyeing a permanent move back to English football this summer as he seeks to shine for Sunderland. It is understood that the Ibrox side will settle for a fee of around £600,000 for his services.

Frimpong reveals Celtic departure reason

Jeremie Frimpong couldn’t turn down the chance to play in one of the world’s top five leagues as the right-back insists decision to leave Celtic for Bayer Leverkusen was not because he was unhappy with life in Glasgow. 

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