Celtic windfall option, Aberdeen planning process, Ross Barkley new, Steve Clarke’s striker an Everton goal, Rangers PSV new – Scottish Football News and Transfers

move money

Celtic could benefit from Jeremie Frimpong for a second time as suits gravitate towards the Bayer Leverkusen defender. If the Dutch full-back moves on – with a Barcelona link – Celtic could rake in a sales fee as part of their £9million sale in January 2021. (daily record)

“Need Games”

Scott Allan says he needs at least six games to get going and is ready to take a “less glamorous” step in his career to get back into action. The midfielder left Hibs this summer and told BBC Scotland he believes leaders have doubts about his future due to a heart condition, despite three cardiologists giving him the green light to continue in the game. (The Scot)

pinching?

Robbie Neilson is looking for another striker before the Hearts’ Europa League season begins in Switzerland against FC Zurich. The Jambos have been linked to former Barcelona striker Lee Seung-Woo, who currently plays in the K-Leaa of his native Korea. (Edinburgh News)

Barkley last

Official match balls during a Cinch Premiership game between Rangers and St Johnstone at Ibrox. (Photo by Craig Williamson / SNS Group)

Celtic have one less rival in their rumored race for Ross Barkley’s signature. The Chelsea attacking midfielder has been linked with Parkhead – with proposals over the weekend there was a permanent deal on the table. Other clubs are interested in the England international’s contract, which expires next summer, but Everton – one of his former clubs – are unlikely to consider a move. (Ben Jacobs-CBS)

Destination Scotland

Meanwhile, Goodison Park boss Frank Lampard – a well-known fan of Chelsea midfielder Billy Gilmour – could turn to his Scotland team-mate Che Adams for a striker recruit. Adams is currently at Southampton. (The Telegraph)

Frank McAvennie has backed Allan McGregor to return to the Rangers first-team after being benched for the opening games of the season. (Football Insider)

question of time

Aberdeen are again trying to try an alternative kick-off time to attract more supporters to Pittodrie. Previously, the Dons have taken steps to rearrange a game with Dundee to appeal to an American television audience and will be exploring an early evening start against Dundee United later this season. (press and magazine).

agent critic

John Hartson has slammed Josip Juranovic’s agent after stories continued to circulate about the Croatia full-back’s future. Chelsea and Manchester United have been linked in recent days, angering the former Parkhead striker, who said the defender had been in Scotland for “two minutes” before transfer talks began. (Scottish sun)

12 men

Former Rangers target Xavi Simons believes he and his PSV Eindhoven team-mates will play against Rangers AND the hostile Ibrox crowd on Tuesday, referring to the support as the ’12. man” of the club. (Various)

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