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Rangers interested in World Cup star and Hibernian reject another offer for McGinn


Plus, ex Dundee midfielder Willo Flood’s switch to the Far East appears to be off following a visa ban

All the highest Scottish soccer switch gossip from the world of newspapers and on-line…

Rangers are lining up a £2m bid to signal Milad Mohammadi, Iran’s World Cup throw-in specialist from Russian outfit Akhmat Grozny. Mohammadi got here to worldwide consideration this summer time following his acrobatic set items (The Sun)

Hibs boss Neil Lennon has stated Celtic’s newest bid of £2m for midfielder John McGinn has been rejected as a result of it doesn’t meet the membership’s valuation of the participant which stands at round £3m (Daily Record)

McGinn won the Scottish Cup with Hibs

McGinn received the Scottish Cup with Hibs

Rangers have additionally made a £3m bid for Millwall’s Jake Cooper as supervisor Steven Gerrard seeks to bolster his defensive choices following the departure of veteran Portugal centre again, Bruno Alves (Sky Sports)

Aberdeen have taken former Hearts centre-back Krystian Nowak, on trial as boss Derek McInnes appears to spice up his defensive choices. (Evening Express)

Steven Caulker’s future at Dundee appears to be in jeopardy after the troubled defender, 26, was despatched house membership’s summer time coaching camp for a breach of membership self-discipline. (The Sun)

Hearts supervisor Craig Levein has admitted he could be “disappointed” to lose his “ambitious” assistant coach Austin MacPhee, however has stated the membership is not going to block any potential transfer to Indian facet Pune City. (Edinburgh Evening News)

Ahead of their Europa League tie towards Macedonian facet Shkupi, Rangers boss Gerrard revealed how his facet’s humiliating 2-Zero loss to Progres Niederkorn final season left him shocked, with the previous Liverpool man vowing there is not going to be a repeat efficiency tonight (Daily Record)

Rangers boss Gerrard is expected to be busy

Rangers boss Gerrard is anticipated to be busy

Dundee supervisor Neil McCann was impressed by former West Brom striker Adil Nabi’s efficiency in a pleasant defeat to Farense in Portugal, regardless of the trialist selecting up an harm in coaching. (Evening Telegraph)

Former Dundee United midfielder Willo Flood’s transfer to Indonesian facet Bali United has fallen aside because the 33-year-old misplaced misplaced an enchantment to overturn a visa ban (The Sun)

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