13 hrs ago | Daily Mail
The 23-year-old - 24 on Sunday - was watched by manager Neil Lennon in Evian's French Cup Final defeat to Bordeaux last month.
17 hrs ago | Evening Times
THE Celtic dressing room into which the quietly-spoken Amido Balde, and the other new arrivals expected to be acquired this summer transfer window, will enter is packed full of character and winners.
18 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
GARY Hooper reportedly tells Celtic he wants to leave, another defender is linked with Neil Lennon's side, and Hearts prepare for administration.
Maloney was one of a number of Latics players to impress as they sealed FA Cup glory last term, but the club's subsequent relegation from the Premier League is likely to make hanging on to such prized assets difficult.
Hoops boss Neil Lennon is in the market for a new stopper after the exit of Thomas Rogne and Efe Ambrose's unavailability for the start to the season due to his Confederations Cup duties with Nigeria.
The 6ft 4in striker, who this week completed a 1.5 million move to Parkhead, was part of the Vitoria Guimaraes side which beat Benfica last month to lift the Portuguese Cup, and he has set his sights on more honours in the next four years.
IT MAY only be three weeks since Celtic and Hibs rang down the curtain on the Scottish football season at Hampden but those two clubs, along with St Johnstone and Motherwell, will soon be turning their attention to another European campaign.
CELTIC'S Gary Hooper could be reunited with his old manager at Reading, Rangers' new investor has harsh words for the Ibrox board, and Henning Berg enters the race for the Kilmarnock job, plus all the latest transfer and off-season news in Saturday's Rumour Mill.
ROYALS boss Nigel Atkins is desperate to be reunited with the star who has been on a Reading target list for some time.
THE Edinburgh club posted a desperate appeal on their official website this morning, stating that every player is for sale as they try to pay outstanding bills.
The Parkhead boss will face a trial next month after denying clocking 83 miles per hour at a junction where there has been a series of fatal crashes in recent years.
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