Tonight sees Aberdeen make the trip to Hamilton Accies, while Celtic and Rangers are in European action on Thursday evening. Celtic are looking to save their chances of qualification from the group in Prague, whereas Rangers are looking to take another scalp in Benfica at Ibrox.
With the transfer window around the corner there is bound to be an increase in speculation but most of the headlines are revolving around the future of Neil Lennon as Celtic boss with the pressure increasing and former team-mates having their say.
Scroll down and click through for all of Wednesday’s Scottish football news and transfer talk.
5. Saints is a wanted man
Celtic and Rangers have been linked with a very surprise move for St Johnstone left-back Scott Tanser. The 26-year-old has had a strong season so far for the Saints which has led to interest from the Premiership and clubs from the EFL. (Football Insider)
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6. Laudrup: Rangers can make money from players sales
Rangers legend Brian Laudrup reckons his former club can follow the likes of Ajax and Eintracht Frankfurt in selling players for big fees after good performances in Europe. In the latest set of financial accounts the Ibrox club lost nearly £16m. Laudrup believes player trading will help bring in big fees. (Daily Mail)
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7. The Rangers quartet to command big fees
The summer transfer window could see Rangers look to cash in on players who could garner plenty of interest and fetch sizeable sums. Four key stars are the most likely to attract big money bids - Borna Barisic, Glen Kamara, Ryan Kent and Alfredo Morelos. (The Herald)
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8. O'Neill defends Lennon
Celtic legend Martin O’Neill has leapt to the defence of Neil Lennon saying the level of criticism has been “unwarranted”. O’Neill believes his former player has not been helped by the Boli Bolingoli situation and the lack of fans at grounds. (Herald)
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