Transfer target in no rush to sign for Rangers, Celtic star gives 10-in-a-row boost, Hearts given reconstruction hope, Hibs linked with three SPFL stars - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Thursday’s Scottish football news and gossip

Aberdeen star Lewis Ferguson. Picture: SNS

Clubs asked to consider reconstruction

Clubs are being asked to consider a permanent 14-10-10-10 league reconstruction model following an SPFL board meeting yesterday in what is a partial victory for Hearts owner Ann Budge. (Evening News)

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Edouard ready to stay at Celtic

Odsonne Edouard has suggested he’s ready to stay at Celtic as they prepare to bid for a record 10th consecutive league championship. (The Scotsman)

Ferguson in no rush to leave for Rangers

Lewis Ferguson insists he’s perfectly happy at Aberdeen and is in no rush to leave the Pittodrie side, with Rangers a reported suitor for the Young Player of the Year winner. (The Scotsman)

Hibs considering Gogic

Former Hamilton Accies midfielder Alex Gogic is on Hibs’ radar, but any move for the Cypriot - and other transfer targets - will depend heavily on the financial situation Hibs find themselves in after the coronavirus crisis. (Evening News)

Hibs warned over Stewart

Hibs have been warned they’ll need to make a serious offer for Ross Stewart if they want to sign the Ross County striker this summer. (Daily Record)

McGregor tipped as next Celtic captain

Scott Brown has hailed the leadership qualities of Callum McGregor and believes he will ‘easily’ fall into the role of succeeding him as Celtic captain. (The Scotsman)

Nisbet ready to make a move

Kevin Nisbet is ready to make the move to a Premiership club after banging in the goals for second-tier Dunfermline Athletic last season, with Hibs and Dundee United interested in his signature. (Daily Record)

Hickey tipped for EPL

Hearts teenage star Aaron Hickey can follow in the footsteps of Andy Robertson and Kieran Tierney to star in the Premier League. That’s the view of former Hibs and Celtic player Andy Walker. (Evening News)

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