Scottish football was thrown into another controversy late on Monday night when it emerged Celtic star Boli Bolingoli had broken quarantine protocols, failing to self-isolate after returning from Spain and subsequently being used as a late substitute in the second half of the draw with Kilmarnock on Sunday.
It has put the Premiership season in jeopardy at such an early stage with the Scottish Government warning the league could be halted. With Dundee United welcoming Hibs this evening and a further five games tomorrow it is set to be a busy day for the SPFL.
We will have all the latest from around Scottish football throughout the day when it happens, including transfer news.
Scottish Football LIVE - latest news, transfer speculation and more (11/08/20)
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Docherty could head to England soon
Greg Docherty could leave Rangers for a club in England soon.
The midfielder would be welcomed back to Hibs but may see his future down south.
Gerrard on Morelos and Barisic
At his pre-match press conference ahead of Wednesday’s clash with St Johnstone, Rangers manager provided an update on Alfredo Morelos and Borna Barisic, both players have been linked with moves away.
Morelos future as Lille near €27m deal
Alfredo Morelos is set to stay at Rangers for the time being with his move to Lille scuppered, report the Daily Record.
The French side are close to signing No.1 target Jonathan David for €27m.
Lille have financial issues of their own after falling foul of FFP and the David deal will likely see their attention turn elsewhere.
Celtic near new striker
Celtic are closing in on the signing of Albian Ajeti from West Ham.
Neil Lennon is keen to get he deal done before the club enter the Champions League qualifiers.
The Swiss international, bought for £8m by the Hammers, has been weighing up his future but appears to have decided on Celtic, report the Scottish Sun.
The deal will likely be a loan-to-buy situation.