Celtic moved closer to Rangers at the top of the Scottish Premiership on Wednesday evening with a 2-1 win over St Mirren. The champions came from behind in a hard-fought victory with more football action this evening with Aberdeen, Motherwell and Rangers all in European action.
It is non-stop in Scottish football at the moment, whether it is matches, transfer news or coronavirus tests. The coming weekend throws up another six top-flight fixtures with Hibs v Rangers the pick of the bunch.
Click and scroll through for all the latest from Scottish football in Thursday’s gossip column. Be sure to check in at the same time tomorrow.
1. Lennon coy over transfers
Neil Lennon remains coy over any possible arrivals at Celtic before the transfer window shuts. Speaking after his side’s 2-1 win over St Mirren, the Hoops boss admitted he would be happy with the squad at his disposal if no new players were brought in. (BBC)
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2. Jones wanted by Warbs
QPR, managed by Mark Warburton, are weighing up a move for out of favour Rangers winger Jordan Jones. The Northern Irishman is available for a fee of under £1m and has attracted interest from English Championship clubs. Jones has struggled at Ibrox since being sent off against Celtic a year ago. (Scottish Sun)
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3. Adam makes Dundee sacrifice
Charlie Adam is delighted to be back at boyhood club Dundee. The midfielder has been linked with a return on a number of occasions and he has admitted that he has had to make sacrifices to make it happen. (Daily Record)
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4. Charlton keen to hold onto Celtic target
Celtic face a fight to secure the services of Charlton ace Alfie Doughty. The 20-year-old is seen as one of the possible options to come in and compete for the left-back spot with Greg Taylor. The Hoops have reportedly had two bids rejected with the Addicks desperate to hold on to him even with one year left on his contract. (Daily Record)
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