It’s another weekend of Scottish Premiership action with all 12 sides featuring for the first time since the first weekend of the season. The 3pm fixtures, followed by the live game from Tannadice as Dundee United face Celtic, will steal the show but what of the transfer window.
There’s plenty of gossip swirling around, with clubs up and down the country looking to conclude a host of deals and strengthen ahead of the window closing in October. Only yesterday Livingston waved goodbye to two players and brought in a German striker and left-back from Monaco. In Scotland anything can happen.
Simply scroll down and click through to view the very latest transfer news and rumours – and don’t forget to check back tomorrow for more of the same.
1. Gerrard wary of Premier League money
While Steven Gerrard is very keen to keep Ryan Kent at the club, sending Leeds United a strong message their opening bid wasn’t good enough, he admits he is realistic, wary of the spending power of Premier League clubs and what they can offer players. (Various)
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2. Stokes nears Livi move
Livingston boss Gary Holt has confirmed the club’s interest in signing Anthony Stokes. The Ex-Celtic and Hibs striker is a free agent with Livi exploring options with the player’s representatives. Holt has cautioned any move, noting the need for the player to buy into the work ethic at the club. (Daily Record)
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3. Hibs boss ants midfielder
Hibs boss Jack Ross is targeting a midfielder after missing out on Ross McCrorie. The versatile star swapped Rangers for Aberdeen, rejecting an Easter Road move in the process. Ross is keen to add versatility to his midfield. (Evening News)
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4. Rogic interest confirmed
Neil Lennon has confirmed there is interest in playmaker Tom Rogic. It was reported earlier this week the Celtic star was on the verge of a £4m move to Qatar. It has also been suggested he could be used as part of a deal to bring Shane Duffy to the club. (Various)
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