Deadline day is nearing in Scotland is nearing. It is only matter of days away with managers admitting their desire to strengthen their sides before the close of play on Monday. It will set up an interesting and likely busy few days within in Scottish football.
On top of that there is a host of games coming up in the coming days, starting with big European ties tonight for Celtic and Rangers before four Premiership fixtures on Friday, finished with two on Sunday.
Scroll down and click through for the latest gossip and news from around the SPFL. Be sure to check in same time tomorrow for more of the same.
1. Magennis not for sale
St Mirren boss has ruled out the sale of Kyle Magennis to Hibs before the close of the transfer window. The Buddies rejected a “substantial” bid from the Easter Road side. Goodwin said: “I think it would be wrong of us at this moment in time to accept any bid for him.” (Evening News)
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2. Rangers signings warning
Steven Gerrard has issued Rangers fans a warning that failing to make the Europa League group stages could impact the signing plans for the remainder of the window but he does want to add to the squad. He said: "I've made it pretty clear what I feel we need to keep moving forward, to make sure that we don't stand still." (various)
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3. Edouard worth £30-35m
Rangers legend Barry Ferguson reckons Odsonne Edouard is worth £30-35m ‘all-day long’. The Kelty Hearts boss believes he is “key” to Celtic and that he will be “top notch” soon after a slow start to the season. (Go Radio)
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4. Four test positive for Covid-19
Four more Scottish Premiership players have tested positive for Covid-19. Three players from Kilmarnock and one from Hamilton have the virus and are self-isolating. The teams’ games on Friday are set to go ahead. (Various)
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