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Sport Every Scottish Premiership transfer in and out as clubs finalise squads

00:40  06 october  2020
00:40  06 october  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Scottish Premiership . League level: First Tier - Scotland . This statistic list all transfers of a competition in the current season. Clubs are in descending order by their final place last year. The left side lists added players, the right side lists player that left the club .

The transfer record overview shows the highest grossing transfers of the Scottish Premiership . It also shows the new club and the transfer fee. Scottish Premiership . League level: First Tier - Scotland .

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Scottish Premiership . League level: First Tier - Scotland . This statistic list all transfers of a competition in the current season. Clubs are in descending order by their final place last year. The left side lists added players, the right side lists player that left the club .

Looking beyond the title hopefuls, Europa League chasers and relegation strugglers alike have also been heavily involved in the transfer market.

Here is every single in and out from our top flight.

Scottish Premiership transfers

Aberdeen

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Ins: Jonny Hayes (Celtic), Ryan Edmondson (Leeds United, loan), Tommie Hoban (free agent) Ross McCrorie (Rangers, loan), Marley Watkins (Barnsley, loan), Greg Leigh (freed, NAC Breda), Gary Woods (Oldham, loan)

Outs: Jon Gallagher (Atlanta United, loan ended), Danny Rogers (contract expired), Frank Ross (contract expired), Craig Bryson (St Johnstone), Scott McKenna (Nottingham Forest) Ethan Ross (Raith Rovers, loan) Bruce Anderson (Ayr, loan), Zak Vyner (Bristol City, loan ended)

Celtic

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Ins: Mohamed Elyounoussi (Southampton, loan) Vasilios Barkas (AEK Athens) Albian Ajeti (West Ham), David Turnbull (Motherwell), Shane Duffy (Brighton, loan), Diego Laxalt (AC Milan, loan)

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Outs: Fraser Forster (Southampton, loan ended), Moritz Bauer (Stoke, loan ended) Eboue Kouassi (Genk), Calvin Miller (contract expired) Jonny Hayes (Aberdeen), Jozo Simunovic (contract expired) Liam Burt (released), Craig Gordon (contract expired), Jack Hendry (KV Oostende, loan), Ross Doohan (Ross County, loan) Robbie Deas (Inverness) Vakoun Issouf Bayo (Toulouse, loan) Marian Shved (Mechelen, loan) Lee O’Connor (Tranmere, loan), Barry Hepburn (Bayern Munich) Connor McBride (Blackburn), Boli Bolingoli (Istanbul Başakşehir, loan) Kerr McInroy (Dunfermline, loan) Ryan Mullen (Cove Rangers, loan) Jonathan Afolabi (Dundee, loan), Kundai Benyu (Wealdstone United), Jack Aitchison (Barnsley)

Dundee United

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Ins: Jack Newman (Sunderland), Cammy Smith (Dundalk, loan ended), Logan Chalmers (Arbroath, loan ended), Luke Bolton (Manchester City, loan), Ryan Edwards (Blackpool) Florent Hoti (Rochdale), Jeando Fuchs (Alaves), Marc McNulty (Reading, loan)

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Outs: Rakish Bingham (contract expired), Osman Sow (contract expired), Sam Wardrop (Dumbarton), Paul Watson (Dunfermline), Declan Glass (Partick Thistle, loan) Kieran Freeman (Peterhead, loan)

Hamilton

Ins: Callum Smith (Dunfermline) Ross Callachan (St Johnstone), Charlie Trafford (Inverness), Tunde Owolabi (FC United of Manchester), Hakeem Odoffin (Livingston) Justin Johnson (Othellos Athienou), Lee Hodson (Gillingham, loan), Ben Stirling (Hibs), Ryan Scully (Dunfermline)

Outs: Blair Alston (Falkirk), Steven Davies (contract expired), Johnny Hunt (contract expired), Aaron McGowan (Kilmarnock), George Oakley (contract expired), Mickel Miller (Rotherham), Alex Gogic (Hibs), Jay Blair (contract expired), Charlie Reilly (contract expired), Ross Cunningham (Clyde), Markus Fjortoft (Morton), Andy Dales (Scunthorpe, loan ended), Luke Southwood (Reading, loan ended), Sam Woods (Crystal Palace, loan ended), Ciaran McKenna (Partick Thistle, loan)

Hibs

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Ins: Drey Wright (St Johnstone), Kevin Nisbet (Dunfermline), Alex Gogic (Hamilton), Jamie Murphy (Rangers) Dillon Barnes (QPR, loan), Kyle Magennis (St Mirren)

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Scottish Premiership . League level: First Tier - Scotland . Tables. Transfers . Market Values. Top market values Scottish Premiership . This is an overview of the market values of the players of the selected competition, sorted by the highest market values.

Outs: Greg Docherty (Rangers, loan ended), Stephane Omeonga (Genoa, loan ended), Florian Kamberi (St Gallen) Marc McNulty (Reading, loan ended), Jason Naismith (Peterborough United, loan ended), Steven Whittaker (Dunfermline), Vykintas Slivka (contract expired), Adam Bogdan (Ferencvaros), Tommy Block (released), Daryl Horgan (Wycombe Wanderers) Tom James (Wigan, loan), Ben Stirling (Hamilton), Adam Jackson (Lincoln City), Fraser Murray (Dunfermline, loan)

Kilmarnock

Ins: Aaron McGowan (Hamilton), Calum Waters (St Mirren, loan ended) Mitch Pinnock (Wimbledon, free), Zeno Rossi (AFC Bournemouth, loan), Danny Whitehall (Maidenhead United), Brandon Haunstrup (Portsmouth) Danny Rogers (Aberdeen), Jake Eastwood (Sheffield United, loan), Aaron Tshibola (Aves), Clevid Dikamona (Hearts), Youssouf Mulumbu (free agent), Colin Doyle (Hearts, loan)

Outs: Laurentiu Branescu (Juventus, loan ended), Harry Bunn (contract expired), Dario Del Fabro (Juventus, loan ended), Adam Frizzell (contract expired), Niko Hamalainen (QPR, loan ended), Stephen Hendrie (contract expired), Connor Johnson (Wolves, loan ended), Jan Koprivec (contract expired), Devlin Mackay (contract expired), Stephen O’Donnell (Motherwell), Harvey St Clair (Venezia, loan ended), Iain Wilson (Dunfermline), Jamie MacDonald (contract expired), Dom Thomas (Dunfermline) Mohamed El Makrini (Start)

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Livingston

Ins: Alan Forrest (Ayr United), Jack Fitzwater (West Bromwich Albion), Matej Poplatnik (Kerala Blasters), Robby McCrorie (Rangers, loan) Salim Kouider-Aissa (Queen’s Park), Max Stryjek (Eastleigh), Ciaron Brown (Cardiff, loan), Jason Holt (Rangers), Julien Serrano (Monaco, loan), Lars Lokotsch (free agent), Anthony Stokes (Persepolis), Josh Mullin (Ross County), Jay Emmanuel-Thomas (PTT Rayong)

Outs: Steven Lawless (contract expired), Chris Erskine (contract expired), Craig Henderson (contract expired) Robby McCrorie (Rangers, loan ended), Ryan Schofield (Huddersfield Town, loan ended), Ricki Lamie (Motherwell), Hakeem Odoffin (Hamilton), Lyndon Dykes (QPR), Cece Pepe (released), Dolly Menga (released), Ross Stewart (Hearts, loan), Jack Hamilton (East Fife, loan), Salim Kouider-Aissa (Partick Thistle, loan), Robbie Crawford (Motherwell, loan), Anthony Stokes (contract cancelled)

Motherwell

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Ins: Ricki Lamie (Livingston), Jordan White (Inverness, free), Nathan McGinley (Forest Green Rovers, free), Scott Fox (Partick Thistle), Mark O’Hara (Peterborough), Jake Hastie (Rangers, loan), Callum Lang (Wigan, loan), Stephen O’Donnell (Kilmarnock), Devante Cole (Rotherham), Robbie Crawford (Livingston, loan)

Outs: Rohan Ferguson (contract expired), Christian Ilic (contract expired), Adam Livingstone (contract expired), Christy Manzinga (contract expired), Peter Hartley (contract expired), Mark Gillespie (contract expired), Richard Tait (St Mirren), Rolando Aarons (Newcastle, loan ended), Mikael Ndjoli (AFC Bournemouth, loan ended), David Turnbull (Celtic) Harry Robinson (QOTS, loan) Ross MacIver (Morton, loan) Jermaine Hylton (Ross County), Jamie Semple (Cove Rangers, loan)

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Rangers

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Ins: Ianis Hagi (Genk), Calvin Bassey (Leicester City), Jon McLaughlin (Sunderland), James Graham (Ross County), Leon Balogun (Brighton), Kemar Roofe (Anderlecht), Cedric Itten (St Gallen), Glenn Middleton (Bradford, loan ended), Bongani Zungu (Amiens, loan)

Outs: Andy Halliday (Hearts), Jon Flanagan (contract expired), Jordan Rossiter (contract expired), Jak Alnwick (St Mirren), Wes Foderingham (contract expired), Jason Holt (Livingston), Sheyi Ojo (Liverpool, loan ended), Florian Kamberi (Hibs, loan ended) Stephen Kelly (Ross County, loan), Jake Hastie (Motherwell, loan), Robby McCrorie (Livingston, loan), Matt Polster (New England Revolution), Ross McCrorie, (Aberdeen, loan), Greg Docherty (Hull City) Jamie Murphy (Hibs), Josh McPake (Morton, loan), Lewis Mayo (Dunfermline, loan), James Maxwell (Queen of the South, loan), Dire Mebude (Manchester City) Lewis Budinauckas (Civil Service Strollers, loan) Kai Kennedy (Inverness, loan) Daniel Finlayson (St Mirren, loan)

Ross County

Ins: Stephen Kelly (Rangers, loan), Connor Randall (Arda Kardzhali), Alex Iacovitti (Oldham Athletic) Regan Charles-Cook (Gillingham) Carl Tremarco (Inverness), Ross Doohan (Celtic, loan), Jermaine Hylton (Motherwell), Charlie Lakin (Birmingham City, loan), Michael O’Connor (Waterford)

Outs: Richard Foster (contract expired), Declan McManus (Dunfermline), Lewis Spence (contract expired), Sean Kelly (contract expired), Don Cowie (retired), James Graham (Rangers), Marcus Fraser (St Mirren), Lee Erwin (St Mirren), Josh Mullin (Livingston), Joe Chalmers (Ayr United), Nathan Baxter (Chelsea, loan ended), Ewen Henderson (Celtic, loan ended)

St Mirren

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Ins: Richard Tait (Motherwell), Jak Alnwick (Rangers) Nathan Sheron (Fleetwood, loan), Joe Shaughnessy (Southend), Marcus Fraser (Ross County) Kristian Dennis (Notts County), Dylan Connolly (free agent) Isak Thorvaldsson (Norwich City, loan), Lee Erwin (Ross County), Daniel Finlayson (Rangers, loan)

Outs: Vaclav Hladky (contract expired), Stephen McGinn (contract expired), Cody Cooke (contract expired), Tony Andreu (contract expired), Danny Mullen (contract expired), Ross Wallace (contract expired), Gary McKenzie (contract expired), Oan Djorkaeff (contract expired), Conor McBreaty (contract expired), Scott Glover (contract expired), David Wilson (contract expired), Matthew Grant (contract expired), Kyle Girvan (contract expired), Dominic Lavelle (contract expired), Isak Thorvaldsson (Norwich City, loan cancelled), Jack Baird (Ayr United), Kyle Magennis (Hibs), Alex Jakubiak (Watford, loan ended), Lee Hodson (Gillingham, loan ended), Akin Famewo (Norwich City, loan ended), Calum Waters (Kilmarnock, loan ended)

St Johnstone

Ins: Shaun Rooney (Inverness), Isaac Olaofe (Millwall, loan), Danny McNamara (Millwall, loan) Craig Conway (Salford) Craig Bryson (Aberdeen), Guy Melamed (Maccabi Netanya)

Outs: Steven Anderson (contract expired), Ross Callachan (Hamilton), Danny Swanson (contract expired), Matt Butcher (Bournemouth, loan ended), Isaiah Jones (Middlesbrough, loan ended), Max Johnstone (contract expired), David McMillan (contract expired), Euan O’Reilly (contract expired), Shaun Struthers (contract expired), Drey Wright (Hibs), Wallace Duffy (Inverness), John Robertson (Forfar, loan), Isaac Olaofe (Millwall, loan cancelled)

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