Just when you think there is light at the end of the tunnel towards Scottish football returning with on-field action following the release of the Premiership fixtures for the 2020/21 season, the SPFL have yet to be given the green-light for a start on 1 August.
While clubs are able to train with full contact, pre-season games in the country are yet to be given the go-ahead with Celtic and Rangers set to travel to France for a training camp.
We will have all the latest from around Scottish football, including transfer news, throughout the day as it happens.
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Last updated: Tuesday, 07 July, 2020, 19:56
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- Celtic goalkeeper chase
- Burrows steps down from SPFL board
Rangers target holds key talks
Liverpool manager has confirmed the club will hold key talks with Rangers target Rhian Brewster over his future.
The striker is currently on loan at Swansea City where he has hit seven goals in 15 league appearances.
The 20-year-old’s development had been curtailed due to ankle surgery last season.
Brewster has been linked with a loan move to Ibrox next season.
Klop said: "The plan with Rhian, we will talk to him. "But it [the loan] was unbelievably important and I’m really happy we had the opportunity to do so.
"They really wanted him and it’s really important for a young striker, because they cannot score every week but they still should stay on the pitch.
"He played a good season and Rhian showed his talent. For the moment it’s nearly perfect but how it will be next year we will talk with him and his representatives."
Jack Ross speaks on Kamberi future
Midfielder rejects Rangers move
Cameroon international Frank Boya rejected a move to Rangers ealier this summer, according to reports.
The 24-year-old joined Antwerp despite interest from the Ibrox side and Werder Bremen.
Done deal: St Mirren sign midfielder
Lafferty keen on Hearts return
Old Firm target to leave
Old Firm target Ivan Toney will be allowed to leave Peterborough United this summer.
The in-form striker had asked to depart in January but the Posh turned down his request.
Impressed with his attitude during the season, director of football Barry Fry confirmed the club won’t stand in his way.
He told the Peterborough Telegraph: “We promised him we would let him go if we didn’t reach the Championship and we will stick to our word. Our stance might backfire on us a little with the fee we receive, but we remain confident it won’t.”
It is understood Leeds United’s interest has cooled after being quoted a price for the striker.
Celtic keen on ex-Aberdeen ace
Celtic could move for ex-Aberdeen goalkeeper Freddie Woodman.
According to reports in England, the Parkhead side are monitoring the England youth international who is currently on loan at Swansea City from Newcastle United.
It is understood the Premier League side would allow him to leave on loan.
Celtic, however, have still not given up hope of landing Fraser Forster.
TV presenter Darrell Currie has tweeted the move is still on.
Motherwell chief won’t stand for SPFL re-election
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