RANGERS look set to finally seal a deal for Norwich midfielder Graham Dorrans, according to reports.
A bid for the Scotland star, thought to be around £1.3m with add-ons, has been accepted by the Canaries, writes the Express,
It’ll be Pedro Caixinha’s ninth summer signing, but more new faces are expected by the end of the window. (Scottish Sun)
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is adamant that Kenny McLean won’t be heading for Ibrox.
The Press & Journal reports that a £300,000 bid for the midfielder was rejected, falling well below the club’s valuation.
Andy Halliday says he’ll join the Baku Rangers Supporters Club as he looks set to sign for Azerbaijani side FC Gabala on a season long loan.
The midfielder has also vowed that his Rangers dream isn’t over. (Scottish Sun)
Brendan Rodgers has hit out at Dave King’s recent comments that Celtic should be further ahead of Rangers.
The Hoops boss reckons even the rest of the Ibrox staff will be bewildered by their chairman’s jibes. (Daily Record)
Aberdeen have launched a £250,000 bid for Preston striker Stevie May, according to the Sun.
Greg Stewart says Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes was right to turn down the Sunderland job.
The new Dons signing says the English Championship is a ‘crazy world’. (Press & Journal)
Hibs boss Neil Lennon is set to meet with Kyle Lafferty today in a bid to try to beat their Edinburgh rivals Hearts to the striker’s signature.
The Northern Irish international has been in talks with the Jambos for several days but is still weighing up his options, according to the Edinburgh Evening News.
The Daily Telegraph writes that Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata is so eager on completing a move to Manchester United that he has taken a short break from his honeymoon.
Morata has been in Ibiza after getting married earlier this month but has incredibly left wife Alice Campello to briefly return to the Spanish capital in an effort to hurry along his switch to Old Trafford.
Real would like a minimum of £75million for a player who scored 20 times in 43 appearances in all competitions last term and have already rejected a £65m bid from United.
The Independent claims United boss Jose Mourinho is targeting Monaco’s versatile midfielder Fabinho– even if he recruits Nemanja Matic from Premier League rivals Chelsea.
Matic is expected to complete a £35m move from the Blues soon but Mourinho is desperate to freshen up his squad further.
Even though Fabinho primarily occupies the same holding midfield role as Matic, he has been used at right-back by his Ligue 1 club – a position that has sometimes proved problematic for Mourinho, who has occasionally turned to winger Antonio Valencia to fill the role.
United look set to lose out in the race for Burnley and England defender Michael Keane, who is poised to complete a move to Premier League rivals Everton, according to the Sun.
Keane had been linked with a return to to his boyhood club after signalling his intention to leave Turf Moor but United’s signing of Victor Lindelof had deterred the Clarets centre-half, and now Everton may profit.
The Toffees are willing to match Burnley’s £25m valuation of the player and a deal could be concluded within days.
The Daily Mirror reports former England captain John Terry will drop a division to sign for Aston Villa once his Chelsea contract expires at the weekend.
The veteran centre-half becomes a free agent this Saturday after almost two decades at Stamford Bridge and will snub a move to Birmingham to sign for their biggest rivals.
Chelsea could let Frenchman Kurt Zouma return to his homeland on loan with Nice in an effort to give the defender first-team football, says talkSPORT.
Ligue 1 club Nice are on the hunt for reinforcements after Paul Baysse joined Malaga and, with Virgil van Dijk or Leonardo Bonucci tipped to arrive at Chelsea in the coming weeks, Zouma could fall further down the pecking order under manager Antonio Conte, making a loan move a tempting possibility.
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