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True cost of Rodgers move to Leicester revealed

The true cost to Leicester City of their move for Brendan Rodgers, and it is more than was first reported. Northern Irishman Rodgers was appointed Leicester manager at the end of last month when Claude Puel was sacked, with the East Midlands club prising him away from Celtic where he was on track to achieve a third domestic treble. Initially ...

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Borussia Dortmund join Tierney chase

Borussia Dortmund are the latest side to be linked with a  move for Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney. The 21-year old who has been named Scottish Young player of the year has been closely linked with Leicester over the past week, after his former manager Brendan Rodgers moved south of the border to take up the helm at the East Midlands ...

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Neil Lennon mooted as interim Leicester boss

Former player Neil Lennon could be set to take over as interim manager at Leicester City. Leicester are looking for their fourth manager in two years after sacking Claude Puel on Sunday, following a run of disappointing defeats that culminated with losing 4 – 1 to Crystal Palace the previous evening in front of their home supporters They have made ...

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Brendan Rodgers set to be offered Leicester job

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers is Leicester’s top target as they search for their fourth manager in two years. Previous incumbent Claude Puel was sacked on Sunday, a day after his side were beaten 4 -1 by Crystal Palace in front of their home fans on Saturday evening, the first time they have lost four successive home games since 2000. Now, ...

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Derby close to deal for ex-Celtic star

Former Celtic defender Efe Ambrose is close to signing for Derby County on a free transfer. That is according to The Sun who reports that the 30-year old had a medical with the club last week, and has been training with the side as he closes in a short-term contract which will help boost the Rams’ promotion push. The Nigerian ...

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Rangers cancel contract of Mexican midfielder

Rangers have officially terminated the contract of Mexican midfielder Carlos Peña, despite paying £2.2 million for the player whom they bought from Guadalajara. The 26-year old Mexican international was signed by former Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha in June 2017, but struggled to cope with the pace and physicality of the Scottish game. He made just 14 appearances for Rangers in ...

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Dave King makes Rangers share offer

Rangers chairman Dave King has made a formal £19 million offer to buy the shares in Rangers that he, and three other majority shareholders, George Latham, George Taylor, and Douglas Park, do not already own. That is according to The BBC who report that the South Africa-based businessman has been order to make the offer, worth £0.20 per share,  by ...

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Scott Tominay in line for Celtic loan move

Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay is likely to move to Celtic on loan for the rest of the season. The Scottish international has found himself on the fringe of the first-team at Old Trafford this season, with only 3 starts and 4 substitute appearances to his name in the Premier League so far this campaign, the last being a cameo ...

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Celtic complete loan signing of PSG striker

Celtic have signed 18-year old PSG striker Timothy Weah on loan for the rest of the season. The US international is the son of George Weah, three times African Player of the Year, and Ballon D’Or Winner, currently serving as President of Liberia. Weah junior has also signed an additional one-year deal with PSG, but, although ESPN reports that there ...

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Steven Davis rejoins Rangers

Former captain Steven Davis has re-joined Rangers on a six month loan deal until the end of the season. Currently playing for Southampton, for whom he has made 226 appearances, Davis finds himself out of favour at St. Mary’s, despite being the club captain, and has failed to make the first-team until new boss Ralph Hasenhüttl and his predecessor Mark ...

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