Tottenham superstar to Rangers? Celtic debutant's 'classy' gesture revealed, Dundee United and Aberdeen in transfer battle - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Wednesday’s Scottish football news and gossip.

Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill
Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Stewart tug-of-war

Dundee United are ready to join Aberdeen in the pre-contract fight for Ross County striker Ross Stewart. United tried to strike a deal with County in the last window but were unable to meet County’s asking price. (Daily Record)

Rangers departure

Rangers are planning to raise cash in January by offloading forward Greg Stewart for a possible six-figure fee. The 30-year-old has slipped down the pecking order at Ibrox and has barely figured in their unbeaten season so far. (Football Insider)

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Dele Alli to Ibrox?

Danny Murphy has proposed that Rangers boss Steven Gerrard should attempt to lure Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli to Ibrox. The 24-year-old appears to be out of favour with Jose Mourinho and Murphy claimed that a move to Ibrox could boost Alli’s confidence ahead of next summer’s European Championship. (talkSport)

Back flying

Joe Aribo promises he 'will be flying' when he gets back up to full speed with Rangers. The midfielder has been frustrated in his efforts to produce his optimum form so far this season by a combination of injury and illness. (The Scotsman)

Classy gesture

Dundee boss James McPake has revealed that goalkeeper Conor Hazard called him after making his Celtic debut against Lille. Hazard spent last season on loan at Dens Park and McPake said: “He’d played in Europe but he picked up the phone and thanked myself, Bobby and all the staff here at Dundee for everything we did for him. That’s a class act from a classy person.” (The Courier)

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