Well, there we had it. Football returned to Scotland with the start of the Premiership season over the weekend which saw fans have to watch their favourites online, via streams and even via cherry-picker like these two Aberdeen fans at Pittodrie. The action is not yet finished with Motherwell and Ross County completing the weekend’s fixtures this evening.
There were a number of big performances, a number of new faces and plenty of stars who continued to do what they do, namely Odsonne Edouard.
Of course, the transfer window is still very much open for a while yet so some of those stars could depart. We will have all the latest throughout the day as it happens from around Scottish football.
Scottish Football LIVE - Latest news, transfer speculation and more (03/08/20)
- Rangers interest in striker cools
- Old Firm urged to sign Hibs ace
- Hearts starlet set to Bayern visit
Hibs have failed in a bid for Toby Sibbick, report the Daily Record.
The ex-Hearts midfielder has left Barnsley to join Belgian side Oostende on loan.
Vakoun Bayo could leave Celtic for Toulouse.
Reports in France, suggest the Ligue 2 side have upped their interest in the Ivorian as they are in need of a forward.
St Mirren are one of the sides keen on a loan deal.
Stephen Robinson is on the shortlist to be the next Bournemouth manager, according to the Daily Record.
The Cherries are on the lookout for a new boss after Eddie Howe departed following the club’s Premier League relegation.
Adedire Mebude is expected to leave Rangers for Manchester City, according to a report.
The teenage forward has reportedly turned down a deal to stay at Ibrox.
City could pay upwards of £100,000 in compensation.
Rangers, Aberdeen and Motherwell are set to be seeded for their first Europa League ties.
Steven Gerrard men enter at the second qualifying stage, while the Dons and Steelmen start in the first.
Seeding becomes more important with all qualifying ties played over just one leg with the draw deciding which team plays at home.
Peterborough United manager Darren Ferguson has called for a quick resolution to the Ivan Toney transfer saga.
The striker is in-demand down south and wanted by both Celtic and Rangers.
Celtic have already had a bid turned down for the player.
Ferguson said: "We will have to wait and see with Ivan and it could be a distraction if his situation rumbles on. That wouldn’t be ideal. It would be better if things were resolved quickly, but the owners quite rightly won’t sell him unless they get the right price so it could be we end up with the best striker in League One playing for us at the start of the season so I’m quite relaxed about it.
Ivan won’t play in the first friendlies, but if he is still here as the new season approaches I will have to play him. I can’t sign anyone until he leaves which again is not ideal as I would want as much time as possible with the player we bring in to replace him."