Celtic are linked with two goalkeepers; a sign that they may be looking to bolster the position in 2021 while Rangers could be making a signing of their own as Steven Gerrard continues to be linked with other clubs on the back of his impressive form at Ibrox.
Hearts, meanwhile, defeated a young Rangers XI in a bounce game yesterday but there will be no Under-21 European action for Hibs defender Ryan Porteous after the wee Scots lost to Greece and finished third in their qualifying group.
Without further ado, here’s a round-up of today’s news, transfer rumours, and gossip...
1. Hoops keen on Man Utd ace
Celtic are keeping tabs on Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson, according to reports. The 'keeper is currently playing back-up to David de Gea but with Henderson eyeing an England spot he may have to seek first-team football elsewhere - and the Hoops are said to be interested with United open to letting him leave on loan. (90min)
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2. Leeds rekindle Gerrard interest
Leeds have not abandoned their interest in Rangers boss Steven Gerrard as the Elland Road side keep their options open should Marcelo Bielsa leave the club. There is no suggestion the Argentine manager will leave the Yorkshire club but the Whites are keen to have a contingency plan in place. (Football Insider)
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3. Celtic confirm key duo will face Hibs
Mohamed Elyounoussi and Kristoffer Ajer have been given the green light to train with Celtic ahead of Saturday's trip to Hibs. There had been some doubt over the duo's involvement following a coronavirus scare but they have been given the all-clear. (Various)
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4. Gers letting McLean go 'was a mistake'
Rangers should not have let Kenny McLean leave Ibrox as a youngster, according to his former coach. David Longwell believes the Gers made a mistake in letting the Scotland midfielder depart the club. They have now been linked with a January move for the player. (Daily Record)