Scottish Gossip: Rangers, Celtic, Hibs, Hearts, Man City, McGeady, Cassierra, Itakura, Harwood-Bellis, Maloney, Dundee

Mateo Cassiera

ranger have been in touch to sign the 25-year-old Colombian forward Mateo Cassierawho has scored 14 goals in 22 appearances Sochi finished second in the Russian Premier League, according to Russian TV commentator Roman Naguchev. (Sport24)external link

Celtic monitor Manchester City defender Koh Itakura and Taylor Harwood-Bellis. Harwood-Bellis, 20, spent last year in the Championship with Stoke City, while Schalke 04 are struggling to pay an agreed £6million option for 25-year-old Itakura, who Celtic eyed last summer before moving on Loan to the German Bundesliga. (Sky Sports)external link

Metz midfield player Kevin N’Doram is a goal for Celtic, according to a report in France. (daily record)external link

Celtic are on the verge of spending a record £30m in the summer transfer market but also making the highest-ever turnover of over £100m. (The Scot)external link

while new Hibernian Manager Lee Johnson is ready to complete the signing Aiden McGeady Following the departure of the winger from former club Sunderland, the 36-year-old’s move is the second summer transfer initiated by former coach Shaun Maloney together with goalkeeper David Marshall from Queens Park Rangers. (Edinburgh Evening News)external link

Shaun Maloneyrecently sacked by Hibs is now the clear front runner for the Dundee Manager job after Jack Ross, a former Easter Road boss, resigned from payroll. (The courier)external link

New Hi Manager Lee Johnson is optimistic about his chances of keeping the left-back Josh Doigwho Sheffield United keep in mind, and the middle half Ryan Portouswhich was the subject of interest from other clubs in the English Championship. (Scottish Daily Express)external link

Lee Johnson is unlikely to make any major changes to it Hi Squad, with the new manager likely to seek to hire a select number of players – perhaps in the five-six range – who can improve the squad. (Edinburgh Evening News)external link

Former Hearts of Midlothian and Rangers winger David Templeton has come out of retirement to join Drum Band United In the West of Scotland Football League, the 33-year-old retired from football last year after a series of injury problems with Hamilton Academical. (The Herald)external link

A plan for hearts to join Celtic and ranger That Colts teams play in an extended Lowland League next season is on the brink of collapse after the three Scottish Premiership clubs demanded that all three B teams be accepted or none at all. (Daily Mail)external link

hearts are planning a new training ground which will cost over £20m and have begun exploring and researching a five year project. (Edinburgh Evening News)external link


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