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The summer transfer window is about to open.

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Jun-26 13:26 first published at 13:26 PM


Just under two weeks remain until the competition begins, and during that time, clubs will work hard in the transfer market while still preparing on the field.

Here are the most recent rumors and transfer news from the SPFL:

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Keeper of Dons signs

After Aberdeen signed a new goalkeeper, Joe Lewis was advised to compete for the starting position. Kelle Roos from Derby County has signed a two-year contract with the Dons. “Joe Lewis is a wonderful goalkeeper and has been a great servant to Aberdeen,” stated Jim Goodwin. Although he still has two years left on his contract, I want someone to be there to compete with Joe for the top slot. Kelle will contribute to the improvement of our goalkeeping unit at the club and has a wealth of expertise. in The Scotsman

Celtic player improvement

In their pursuit of midfielder Vinicius Souza, Celtic have made progress. Brazilian player’s ownership club Lommel, which is a member of the City group, has rejected a bid of about £3.6 million from Turkish powerhouses Fenerbahce and Scottish champions Celtic. With PSV and Ajax showing interest, Celtic will face tough competition. The Daily Record

future of Griffith

The most recent rumors and transfer news from the SPFL. (Image courtesy of Craig Foy/SNS Group)

In an effort to regain his fighting weight, Leigh Griffiths is looking for a new club. To reach 73kg, the striker has been training with a boxing coach. He believes that getting fit will him in his search for a new club. “I’m not going to lie, it gets lonely,” he admitted. It knocks my confidence not having my future sorted but people such as Martin Clifford at the boxing gym have been brilliant at keeping my head above water. I train six days a week, and when I return to the field, all of my preparation work will be evident. Saturday Mail

United target Levitt

Dundee United are continuing to speak to Manchester United about bringing Dylan Levitt back to Tannadice. The Welsh midfielder impressed for the Terrors last campaign. Sporting director Tony Asghar said: “We really liked Dylan last year, we’re still interested and talks are ongoing. He’s just got another year with Manchester United and he’s got a World Cup to aim for, to try and get into the Wales squad.” (Sunday Mail)

Buddies to sign Aberdeen defender

Declan Gallagher is set for a reunion with former Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson at St Mirren in what has been an on again, off again, on again deal. The Aberdeen star was allowed to speak to the Buddies but it looked like they had switched targets. However, a u-turn happened and Gallagher is set to pen a two-year deal to move to Paisley. The Daily Record

Rangers transfer boost

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