Well, well, well. There has been yet another twist in the league reconstruction saga with Hearts’ and Rangers’ proposals being all but rejected. The SPFL are now keen to put forward a 14-10-10-10 structure at a hastily arranged EGM. It has reached the point most within Scottish football want a decision made to allow for full focus to fully switch to next season.
If an EGM is approved, next week could finally be the moment where a line is drawn under it all and the preparations for season 2020/21 can begin in earnest, starting with the fixture lists.
We will have all the latest from around the SPFL, including transfer news, throughout the day.
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Last updated: Thursday, 11 June, 2020, 15:17
- No Dykes move from Rangers
- Hearts offered assistance
- Hibs target quartet
Forster returns to Celtic training
Fraser Forster was one of the players who returned to Celtic training today.
The goalkeeper is still on loan from Southampton with his deal set to end soon.
Celtic are hopeful of securing him for next season.
Huge Hearts survival boost
Nisbet wanted Hibs move
Celtic striker latest
Celtic target Shon Weissman has spoken on his future.
The Wolfsberger striker is seen as a possible Odsonne Edouard replacement.
However, he has no interest in discussing a move before the Austrian Bundesliga is finished, report the Daily Record.
McLaughlin on the move
Hastie one of a few to leave Ibrox?
Jake Hastie could exit Rangers this summer, report The Athletic.
He is one of the club’s wide attackers whose future is likely to be up in the air.
Hastie, along with Glenn Middleton, Brandon Barker and Jordan Jones, will likely have their futures discussed with a strong impression required in pre-season.
Hearts offered Belgian help
Hearts have been offered assistance from the chairman of a Belgian side to fight against their demotion to the Championship.
The Scottish Sun report Waasland-Beveren chief Dirk Huyck is willing to offer guidance having helped overturn the rule in Belgium which would have seen his side relegated.
Jack Ross keen quartet
Hibs boss Jack Ross is keen on signing Dunfermline Athletic striker Kevin Nisbet and Accrington Stanley’s Jordan Clark.
According to the Daily Record, no approach has been made to any players but the club are monitoring the situations.
Dundee United are keen on Nisbet.
Hibs are still reported to be interested in free agents Drey Wright and Alex Gogic.
No Rangers approach for Dykes
Rangers have been heavily linked with a move for Livingston striker Lyndon Dykes.
A number of clubs in England, plus Celtic, have also been suggested as interested parties.
According to The Athletic, no approach has been made from the Ibrox club, while they look to bring in two young strikers for the development team.
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