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Sport One of Celtic or Rangers wish to sign £13m-rated international as Hibs ace wanted by Champions League hopefuls

01:50  11 june  2021
01:50  11 june  2021 Source:   scotsman.com

Celtic buy McCann in £13m spending spree, Edouard axed: How Postecoglou's XI may look - opinion

  Celtic buy McCann in £13m spending spree, Edouard axed: How Postecoglou's XI may look - opinion Here's how the starting XI could look next season if Celtic hire Ange Postecoglou.Not only will they welcome a new manager to Parkhead, there will also be the arrival of a new director of football to coincide with Peter Lawwell’s retirement. Once everything is in place, the Bhoys will need to go about discovering who wants out and who wants to stay.

The latest Scottish football completed transfers and rumours on Thursday, June 10.

a man standing next to a fence © Patrick Berg, right, is reportedly a target for a club in Scotland. Picture: SNS

Celtic or Rangers target £13-rated ace

One of Celtic or Rangers have expressed an interest in Norwegian international Patrick Berg. Reports in Norway state an unnamed Scottish Premiership club have made an approach over the 23-year-old midfielder. Seeing as his club Bodø/Glimt would reportedly want a fee in the region of £13m for the player, it could only be one of the Glasgow giants. (AG)

Galatasaray want Porteous

Hibs star Ryan Porteous is wanted by Turkish giants Galatasaray. A seven-figure bid is expected in the next week. It is similar to the offer submitted by Millwall in January but with a number of add-ons which could make the overall value much greater. (Scottish Sun)

Hibs warned over player turnover challenges and raised fan expectations by former Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes

  Hibs warned over player turnover challenges and raised fan expectations by former Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes The last time Hibs finished third in the top flight, the high was quickly replaced by some difficult lows as a fairly consistent tumble back down the rankings and, eventually, the leagues followed. © Hibs manager Jack Ross and former Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes during a league match between the s... The time before that they went from third to 10th in the space of a year. The time before that, it was a more steady decline but, within three seasons, they had tumbled into the second tier.

Peterborough want Campbell

Peterborough are the latest club to join the race for Motherwell midfielder Allan Campbell. The Scotland youth international is out of contract at Fir Park this summer but his club would still be due a £500,000 compensation fee, which is believed to have halted prior interest from Hibs and Aberdeen. (The Telegraph)

Livingston sign Lewis

Livingston have added Liverpool left-back Adam Lewis to their squad on a season-long loan deal. The England youth international spent the second half of last season on loan at Plymouth Argyle. (Various)

Rangers and Celtic pursue €4m defender, Postecoglou compensation 'agreed', EPL side eye big-money Ajer move, Hibs midfielder's future - Scottish Football Rumour Mill

  Rangers and Celtic pursue €4m defender, Postecoglou compensation 'agreed', EPL side eye big-money Ajer move, Hibs midfielder's future - Scottish Football Rumour Mill Today marks just one week until the European Championships kick off in Rome with Italy facing Turkey. Scotland, however, need to wait a further three days until they play their first tournament football in 23 years. © The latest Scottish football transfer news as Kenyan defender Joseph Okumu is linked with Celtic and... This weekend sees Steve Clarke’s men go up against Luxembourg in their final warm-up match.Domestically, it will be centred around transfer speculation and squad building, plus Celtic’s uncertainty around the management team.

Killie sign Stokes

Kilmarnock have completed the signing of Forest Green defender Chris Stokes on a two-year deal. The 30-year-old describes himself as a “robust and physical player” and he’ll be looking to help the Rugby Park side make a return to the Scottish Premiership at the first time of asking. (Various)

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Kristoffer Ajer served Celtic transfer cautionary tale as Kelvin Wilson reveals life after Parkhead regret .
The centre-back spent two years in Glasgow before returning to Nottingham Forest for family reasons. He’s not one for regrets but the former defender knows he should have stayed at Celtic longer.

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