Scottish football transfer rumours: Hibs eye loan deal for Celtic youngster, Michael O’Halloran leaves Melbourne City, Rangers latest

Lewis Morgan in action for Celtic (SNS Group)

HIBS are interested in taking Celtic winger Lewis Morgan on loan.

According to The Scotsman, the 22-year-old is among Neil Lennon’s targets as a potential replacement for Martin Boyle, who may be out for the rest of the season.

Boyle suffered a knee injury on Australia duty and will find out his prognosis later this week.

Also injured on duty with the Socceroos was Tom Rogic, who will report back to Celtic with a broken hand (The Scottish Sun)


Motherwell have signed Gboly Ariyibi on loan from Nottingham Forest until the end of the season, but aren’t interested in Celtic’s Calvin Miller, reports the Evening Times.


 

 

Former Rangers and St Johnstone forward Michael O’Halloran has mutually agreed to terminate his contract at Australian side Melbourne City after making three appearances for the Club in all competitions.

City say he returns home to Scotland for compassionate reasons.


Rangers fans breathed a sigh of relief after it emerged Alfredo Morelos‘ absence from the squad’s flight to Tenerife was down to him being given extra time off by manager Steven Gerrard.

It followed a now deleted tweet from the Colombian’s agent Jonne Lindblom hinting at ‘exciting’ transfer news. (Various)


Aberdeen striker Sam Cosgrove is determined to show why he has been rewarded with a new deal by firing the Dons to a second Hampden cup final this season. (Press & Journal)

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