Once again there was plenty of transfer news and speculation from around the SPFL on Thursday with key signings being made, important players being tied up on new contracts and the sort of tantalising rumours which excite fans at a time when excitement can be hard to come by with fans unable to attend games and strict lockdown measures in place.
Yesterday brought about a new contact for Hearts stalwart Michael Smith, but in Aberdeen there was less good news on the contract front with talks stalled over a new deal for Scott Wright. Celtic were linked with a £7m teenager winger from Ligue 1 as new Ross County boss John Hughes made his first signing, bringing Tony Andreu to the club.
As always we will a have all the latest from around the SPFL throughout the day as it happens, including all transfer talk.
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Hearts sign GMS
Cochrane goes back to Mo
Celtic in Benkovic talks
Celtic are in talks to sign Filip Benkovic from Leicester City, possibly on a permanent basis, according to Sky Sports.
The Parkhead club have opened discussions after they were given the green light by former manager, and current Foxes head coach, Brendan Rodgers.
Neil Lennon is in the market for a centre-back in the January window after Christopher Jullien was ruled out until April.
Shved was “out of control”
Mechelen manager Wouter Vrancken says Celtic loanee Marian Shved “out of control” as he revealed his reasons for heavily criticising the player in public.
The Ukrainian winger failed to cement a place in the first-team at the Belgian club and was told by his manager in the press that he should "go play billiards for the rest of his life or something".
However, Shved seems to have bucked up his ideas since, recently scoring the winning goal against Mouscron.
McGhee signs new deal
Steven Gerrard on McGregor contract
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard says it’s down to Allan McGregor whether the goalkeeper wants to stay on at Ibrox for another year.
The club would like to offer the No.1 another 12 months after excellent form this season.
However, the goalkeeper will turn 40 this season and the club are being both patient and understanding as to the desires of the player.