Scottish Football Transfers: Rangers fail in late bid for international, £2m Celtic star's move falls through, Hibs sign Fulham winger, Aaron Ramsey rejected a "number" of offers, Aberdeen sign rival's full-back
Well, there we have it. The January transfer window has been and gone and it was some month for clubs up and down the country.
Deadline day was, as expected, a very busy one with one particular deal shocking Scottish football with former Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey choosing Rangers over a number of other offers, signing a loan deal until the end of the season.
Not only is it a coup for the Scottish champions but it shows the increasing standing of Scottish football with the Welsh star having options in the Premier League. The Ibrox club also added Polish right-back Mateusz Zukowski in what was a hectic day in Govan.
Rangers weren’t the only club who had a busy deadline day with St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin wheeling and dealing, while Hibs left it very late to bring in a winger. Most of the top-flight clubs did some business one way or another but it was a quiet day for the likes of Hearts, Motherwell and Livingston.
Just when you think ‘time for a breather’, you better make it quick with a full round of Scottish Premiership matches across Tuesday and Wednesday. Not just any fixtures but the rescheduled derby fixture card from New Year. Hibs host Hearts, while Dundee United make the short trip to Dundee this evening before Celtic face Rangers on Wednesday night in what could be a huge game in the title race.
So, scroll down and click through for a round-up of all the latest transfer news and speculation from around the SPFL and Scottish football.