After the Ibrox decision, a gifted attacker from Rangers joins an SPFL team, and a Celtics star makes a transfer hint.

Scotland’s trip to Hungary on Sunday is their one chance to potentially guarantee their spot in the Euro 2024 knockout stages, but they have to give it their all. The Scots have a lot of work ahead of them in Stuttgart after losing to Germany in their initial match and drawing with Switzerland, but the Tartan Army has been there for them the entire way.

Let’s look at the Scottish Premiership and the most recent transfer rumors circulating as we get ready for Scotland’s last group stage encounter. The summer transfer market is currently open for business.

Championship side sign Rangers winger:

Ahead of the 2024–2025 season, Rangers youngster Arron Lyall has formally committed to Scottish Championship team Greenock Morton, pending SFA approval. The 20-year-old’s contract at Ibrox is set to expire, and he has signed a one-year contract with Cappielow Park.

Lyall failed to make a significant impact on the senior squad despite playing in 41 games and scoring 15 goals for Rangers’ B team. Despite being on the bench multiple times, he only ever saw action once, in a cameo against Hibs in May of last year.

The youthful player, who can play on either wing or in midfield, will try to make more valuable experience after switching positions. Lyall has already been on loan to Airdrieonians and Inverness CT.

“Arron is a young player with a ton of potential and ability who is very promising.” “I’m thrilled that he has agreed to become a Greenock Morton player. He gained valuable experience in the Championship last season, and his playstyle will excite fans when he plays,” he stated on the team website.

“I’ve been following Arron for quite some time, and I’m thrilled to have his signature at last.”

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