RANGERS are set to land Manchester City youngster Aaron Nemane on loan.
A deal has been brokered for the 19-year-old attacker, who can play up front or on the wing, by Ibrox director of football and former City academy chief Mark Allen, reports The Scottish Sun.
Meanwhile, Pedro Caixinha insists he’ll give young striker Ryan Hardie a chance this season.
Hardie was a late substitute in the Gers’ 0-0 draw with Hearts last Saturday. (The Scotsman)
Celtic’s deal for Rivaldo Coetzee is not yet complete, but boss Brendan Rodgers reckons they’ll be getting an ‘outstanding young player’ when the defender arrives in Glasgow.
A fee has been agreed with his current club Ajax Cape Town. (STV)
The new Hearts boss is set to be unveiled next week as Ann Budge insists the club won’t be rushed into making a decision.
They’ve been conducting interviews with several candidates since the departure of Ian Cathro. (Sky Sports)
The Courier reports that St Johnstone are ready to swoop for Colchester United’s Denny Johnstone.
The former Scotland under-19 international has previously had spells at Celtic and Morton.
Scotland goalkeeper Gemma Fay has thanked fans for their messages of support after announcing her international retirement.
Thank you ?⚽️ pic.twitter.com/mLBmevIq8y
— Gemma Fay (@JimJam1981) August 23, 2017
Just 24 hours after appearing to give up on signing Philippe Coutinho, Barcelona are back in for Liverpool’s playmaker, according to the Sun.
Barca, who had an offer of £118million rejected, have come back with a £136million bid in their final move for the Brazilian.
Chelsea are eyeing a double swoop for Leicester duo Jamie Vardy and Danny Drinkwater, reports the Daily Mirror.
Drinkwater is close to a £30million switch to Stamford Bridge, with a move for Vardy coming out of the blue.
The hierarchy at Stamford Bridge will also have eyes on Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s situation at Arsenal, with the Telegraph claiming he has turned down a new contract.
Finally at Chelsea, the Telegraph also reports that Marseille will step in for Diego Costa if his protracted move to Atletico Madrid falls through.
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