This weekend was supposed to be the start of the knockout phase of Euro 2020. Who knows, Scotland may well have been there. Instead, Steve Clarke is now looking ahead to later in the year as the national team look to get past Israel then either Serbia or Norway to ensure they are at the competition in 2021.
In domestic news, clubs are continuing to make signings ahead of the new season with Ross County adding to their squad this week, while Rangers have strengthened the first-team and academy.
We will have all the latest from Scottish football, including transfer news, throughout the day as it happens.
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SPFL secretary Iain Blair has revealed there is “enormous pressure” on the fixture calendar next season which could lead to teams playing four games in eight games.
It also means there is no chance of free weekends to help the Scotland National Team.
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McGregor backs £3.5m signing to succeed
Callum McGregor has backed January signing Patryk Klimala to be a success after the player returned to Celtic in great shape.
Celtic should sign Roberts - McAvennie
If Celtic fail in bringing Mohamed Elyounoussi back to Parkhead, they should target Patrick Roberts.
That’s the view of former player Frank McAvennie.
He told Football Insider: “I do not know what is happening with Elyounoussi and if they re-sign him I do not see the need for Roberts. The fans would love to see him back though because he was a wonderful player.
“Him and Callum McGregor were good pals. He got on well with the boys. I wouldn’t rule out bringing him back. He did very well at Celtic and he loved it. If he has not got a career elsewhere it would be nice if he returned but I think any move would be reliant on Elyounoussi though.”
Roberts is contracted to Manchester City until 2022.
Rangers 'interest' in international
Rangers have reportedly made moves to sign midfielder Bongani Zungu.
The 24-cap South African international has experience of the top flight in France, Portugal and his homeland.
Zungu is currently plying his trade with Amiens who are fighting their relegation to Ligue 2 in France.
The French side are understood to value the player at between €2m and €3m.
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