Celtic 'to sign' Watford prospect; Forest land Rangers goalkeeper; Midfielder heading to Turkey - Scottish football transfers LIVE - July 13
The transfer window has a clear run of business with the conclusion of the European Championships at the weekend.
Players will be returning to clubs over the coming days and pre-season preparations picking up and highlighting the surplus and needs of clubs all across the continent.
That will spark the transfer market and the knock-on around the countries could see an upturn of movement between clubs as the season edges into view.
Scottish clubs have already been active in the markets and with competitive games kicking off at the end of the month in the top flight – and already underway for the vast majority in the Premier SPorts Cup, there is plenty to be getting on with across the SPFL.
Here is the latest transfer moves, shakers and associated speculation and gossip on Tuesday, Juy 13.
Scottish football transfers: LIVE
Danny Mills has warned Steven Gerrard he must seal an extension for Connor Goldson as the defender approaches the end of his contract (Football Insider)
Celtic are in pole position for winger Liel Abada according to the Scottish Sun. The 19-year-old has been linked with a £3.5m move to Parkhead.
Lewis Spence - formerly of Dunfermline and Dundee - has joined Hamilton from Scunthorpe United.
OK, not strictly a Scottish football transfer... well it’s not at all, but it’s still relevant to Celtic who face FC Midtjylland later this month.
The Danes have signed Juninho from Palmeiras.
Goalkeeper on the move
Nottingham Forest have signed former Rangers youth Nicky Hogarth - who comes from a family of shot-stoppers!
Scottish goalkeeper Nicky Hogarth has moved to Nottingham Forest after his departure from Rangers.
Former Hamilton goalkeeper Remi Matthews has joined Crystal Palace.
New Selhurst Park boss Patrick Vieira is also preparing to snatch a Celtic target away to the EPL.
Hibs may lose their midfielder to Turkey for a second time
Hibs midfielder Stevie Mallan is on the verge of returning to Yeni Malatyaspor, according to reports in Turkey.
Feyenoord have emerged as Celtic’s rivals for Croatian midfielder Mario Vuskovic, according to The Daily Record